Different types of damage to the corpus callosum cause different symptoms; however, all types of damage to the corpus callosum cause a disconnection between the brain's hemispheres, according to the National Institutes o... More »

The corpus callosum is a bundle of nerve fibers connecting the two hemispheres of the brain that facilitates the transfer of information from one hemisphere to the other. It is composed of 200 to 250 million axons, and i... More »

The corpus callosum connects the two hemispheres of the brain, according to Healthline. It is a bundle of neural tissue with approximately more than 200 million axons. It facilitates communication between the right and l... More »

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The occipital lobes, located at the rear of the brain, processes visual information, as shown on the National Institutes of Health website. Although the occipital lobe is responsible for handling the bulk of the visual i... More »

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The large fiber tract connecting the cerebral hemispheres is the corpus callosum. This huge bundle of nerve tissue lets the brain's right and left sides communicate. The corpus callosum is situated in the middle of the b... More »

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The corpus callosum is a band of nerve fibers that connects the right and left halves of the brain. Its function is to pass information from one hemisphere to the other, but, according to WebMD, it can also contribute to... More »

The cerebral hemispheres, or right and left side of the brain, are connected by a thick set of nerve fibers called the corpus callosum. These nerve fibers transfer messages back and forth between the two sides of the bra... More »