Less developed corpus callosum in dyslexic subjects--a structural MRI study.

@article{Plessen2002LessDC,
  title={Less developed corpus callosum in dyslexic subjects--a structural MRI study.},
  author={Kerstin von Plessen and Arvid Lundervold and Nicolae Duta and E. Heiervang and Frederick Klauschen and Alf Inge Smievoll and Lars Ersland and Kenneth Hugdahl},
  journal={Neuropsychologia},
  year={2002},
  volume={40 7},
  pages={1035-44}
}
BACKGROUND Based on previous studies and due to the characteristics of dyslexia as an auditory phonological decoding disorder, we predicted that the shape of the posterior corpus callosum (CC) would differ between dyslexic and control subjects. METHOD Twenty right-handed boys with developmental dyslexia were selected from a carefully screened general population sample (mean age 11 years) and compared to a matched control group. The CC contour was manually traced on the aligned midsagittal MR… CONTINUE READING

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