Relationships between sulcal asymmetries and corpus callosum size: gender and handedness effects.

@article{Luders2003RelationshipsBS,
  title={Relationships between sulcal asymmetries and corpus callosum size: gender and handedness effects.},
  author={Eileen Luders and David E. Rex and Katherine Narr and Roger P. Woods and Lutz Jancke and Paul M. Thompson and John C. Mazziotta and Arthur W. Toga},
  journal={Cerebral cortex},
  year={2003},
  volume={13 10},
  pages={1084-93}
}
Magnetic resonance imaging was used to establish the presence and nature of relationships between sulcal asymmetries and mid-sagittal callosal size in neurologically intact subjects, and to determine the influences of sex and handedness. Against a background of long-standing disputes, effects of gender and handedness on callosal size, shape, and variability were additionally examined. Both positive and negative correlations between sulcal asymmetry and callosal size were observed, with effects… CONTINUE READING

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