J Ramón Cerezo

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Previous studies have shown that hypothyroidism modifies the development of callosal connections. In particular, adult hypothyroid rats have fewer callosally projecting neurons in layers II-III of the auditory cortex and more in layer V. This might be due to disturbance in the stabilization/elimination of juvenile callosal axons, or to abnormal neuronal(More)
Hypothyroidism causes mental retardation secondary to changes in the organization of the CNS. These changes affect higher brain functions for which interhemispheric transfer of information is crucial. In present study, the anterior commissure (AC) and corpus callosum (CC) of normal (C) and hypothyroid (H) rats has been examined using quantitative electron(More)
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