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Now, studying mouse brains, the Lees have identified genes that interact with FOXG1, helping explain why one crippled copy of FOXG1 damages the corpus callosum's ability to transmit signals between hemispheres.
Clinical data also suggest that concussions involve more than the surface of the brain, as their severity correlates with damage deeper inside, such as deformations around the corpus callosum, the bridge between the brain’s hemispheres.
For example, the modeling of a hit in which a player lost consciousness shows that in that collision the corpus callosum oscillated at a higher frequency than the surrounding white matter.
The air cavity had triggered a blood flow blockage to his corpus callosum, the part of the brain that connects the left to the right.
One, of course, is combining the two images, which is helped by the corpus callosum, the tiny part of your brain which joins the two big hemispheres.
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