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Corpus

corpus

1. The principal of a bond. For example, securities dealers create zero-coupon Treasury receipts by purchasing a regular Treasury bond and separating the interest coupons from the corpus. See also coupon stripping.
2. The principal amount of an estate or trust.
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Postmortem examinations demonstrated an arachnoid cyst, corpus callosum agenesis and left diaphragmatic hernia.
An improved corpus callosum helps with executive skills, memory, problem solving, and overall brain function, regardless of how old you are.
This entity presents in patients with clinically mild encephalopathy and reversible lesions involving the entire corpus callosum with bilateral extension into the subcortical white matter (3, 4).
In our case, also on FLAIR image bilateral white matter lesions in centrum semiovale and in corpus callosum were better observed than the T2-weighted image (Figure 1).
Corpus callosum signal intensity in patients with bipolar and unipolar disorder.
A cribriform pattern (otherwise known as 'honeycombing' or 'sieve-like' appearance) (Figs 2 and 3) was present, caused by dilated perivascular spaces, diffusely involving the bilateral subcortical white matter (WM), centrum semiovale, periventricular deep white matter and corpus callosum.
The corpus callosum carries electrical signals between the brain's right hemisphere and its left.
extract) According to researchers, the study is the first to "detail Einstein's corpus callosum, the brain's largest bundle of fibers that connects the two cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication.
Lead author Weiwei Men of East China Normal University's Department of Physics developed a new technique to conduct the study, which is the first to detail Einstein's corpus callosum, the brain's largest bundle of fibers that connects the two cerebral hemispheres and facilitates interhemispheric communication.
The corpus callosum, the 'floor level' of the mid-brain, connects the hemispheres with an astounding level of interaction such that it is difficult to isolate right brain function from left brain function in most people.
Each side of brain region as frontal lobe, temporal lobe, parietal lobe, occipital lobe, cerebellum, brain stem, basal ganglia, deep white matter and corpus callosum involved by the oedema was scored with 1 point.
ADEM, however, tends to spare the corpus callosum and does not show the peri-venular distribution seen with MS.