Sex differences in corpus callosum size: relationship to age and intracranial size.

@article{Sullivan2001SexDI,
  title={Sex differences in corpus callosum size: relationship to age and intracranial size.},
  author={Edith V. Sullivan and Margaret J. Rosenbloom and John E. Desmond and Adolf Pfefferbaum},
  journal={Neurobiology of aging},
  year={2001},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={603-11}
}
This quantitative MRI study reports measurement of corpus callosum area taken from midsagittal brain images in 51 healthy men and 41 healthy women, spanning the adult age range (22 to 71 years). Men had larger brains and corpora callosa than women, but callosal size did not correlate with age in either sex. Intracranial (i.c.) volume (ICV) and midsagittal i.c. area (ICA) of brain were used in covariate, regression, and ratio analyses to determine whether sex differences in the corpus callosum… CONTINUE READING

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