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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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(3) In order to evaluate remyelination in LFB stained sections of cuprizone demyelination of the corpus callosum in the mice that received progesterone, three blinded readers scored LFB stained sections between zero and three.
Agenesis of the corpus callosum: A comparison of prenatal ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging.
Interhemispheric cyst associated with partial agenesis of the corpus callosum. Differential diagnosis includes arachnoid cyst, porencephalic cyst, dermoid/epidermoid cyst, low grade cystic neoplasm (eg, ganglioglioma, DNET), and parasitic cyst (eg, hydatid disease).
The central nervous system symptoms of this syndrome are hypotonia, sensorineural hearing loss and corpus callosum dysgenesis or agenesis (1,4,7).
of Patients (Percentage) 1) Periventricular leukomalacia 39 (40%) and hypomyelination 2) Malformation of cortical 5 (5.1%) development 3) Corpus callosum abnormality 42 (43.3%) 4) Diffuse cerebral atrophy, 53 (54.6%) cerebellar atrophy and gliosis 5) Arnold-Chiari and Dandy-Walker 4 (4.1%) syndrome 6) Thalamus and Globus Pallidus 11 (11.1%) lesion 7) Vascular abnormality 1 (1.03%) 8) Perinatal asphyxia changes 87 (89.7%)
Corpus callosum abnormalities detected in 4.09 % (n: 9) of the patients.
The corpus callosum and pericallosal arteries were identified and entry to lateral ventricle was made.
Corpus callosum and Gd-enhancing lesions emerged as the most specific, while periventricular and juxtacortical lesions were the most sensitive.
There was also complete regression of hyperintense signal in the corpus callosum and partial regression in the internal capsules on T2WI and FLAIR.
Splenial lesions may extend into the callosal radiations, frontoparietal subcortical white matter and to the rest of the corpus callosum. Type I refers to isolated splenial involvement, while type II refers to additional involvement of remainder of the corpus callosum or supratentorial white matter (4, 5).
Corpus callosum the major interhemispheric commisure connects two brain hemispheres [1].