Data collected before from cadavers indicate that, on average, males have larger brains than females and that the average size of their corpus callosum is larger. View article. FigleyChase R. Increased sensitivity to traumatic axonal injury on postconcussion diffusion tensor imaging scans in National Football League players by using premorbid baseline scans.
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A review of the effects of physical activity and sports concussion on brain function and anatomy. LeeJosef M. Karolina J. LewisSamuel A. It has been claimed that the human corpus callosum shows sex differences, and in particular that the splenium the posterior portion is larger in women than in men.
KochAndrew S. It has been claimed that the human corpus callosum shows sex differences, and in particular that the splenium the posterior portion is larger in women than in men. Structural neuroimaging in sport-related concussion. Seven of eight studies reported some type of DTI abnormality, although the neuroanatomical sites involved varied.
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