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Figure 3: A simplified summary of the functional topography of the CC is color-coded onto a midline sagittal MRI.[27],[28],[29],[30],[31] The majority of callosal fibers are homotopic, meaning that they connect mirror cortical regions of each hemisphere. Illustrated here are the approximate locations of fibers interconnecting areas of the frontal (pink), parietal (green), temporal (orange), and occipital (blue) lobes. The areas are drawn as overlapping because the detailed functional topography varies across studies. MRI: Magnetic resonance image

Figure 3: A simplified summary of the functional topography of the CC is color-coded onto a midline sagittal MRI.<sup>[27],[28],[29],[30],[31]</sup> The majority of callosal fibers are homotopic, meaning that they connect mirror cortical regions of each hemisphere. Illustrated here are the approximate locations of fibers interconnecting areas of the frontal (pink), parietal (green), temporal (orange), and occipital (blue) lobes. The areas are drawn as overlapping because the detailed functional topography varies across studies. MRI: Magnetic resonance image