Corpus callosotomy in children and the disconnection syndromes: a review

@article{Jea2008CorpusCI,
  title={Corpus callosotomy in children and the disconnection syndromes: a review},
  author={Andrew H Jea and Shobhan Vachhrajani and Elysa Widjaja and Daniel Nilsson and Charles R. Raybaud and Manohar M. Shroff and James T. Rutka},
  journal={Child's Nervous System},
  year={2008},
  volume={24},
  pages={685-692}
}
Disconnection syndromes following corpus callosotomy represent complex and variably expressed groupings of signs and symptoms affecting motor control, spatial orientation, vision, hearing, and language. Little is known, however, about the functional topography of callosal fiber pathways. In addition, most published case reports and case series of corpus callosotomy seldom report neurological deficits. We sought to categorize these deficits based on surgical anatomy. We comprehensively reviewed… CONTINUE READING
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