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Figure 4: Studies utilizing microscopy have quantified how microstructural features vary across the CC.[5],[33] Graphed here are results from one study showing that the proportion of smaller fibers (blue) is highest in the anterior regions (rostrum, genu, rostral body), whereas the proportion of large fibers (orange) is highest in the posterior regions (posterior midbody, isthmus, splenium).[5] Fiber density (white circles) is much higher in anterior areas

Figure 4: Studies utilizing microscopy have quantified how microstructural features vary across the CC.<sup>[5],[33]</sup> Graphed here are results from one study showing that the proportion of smaller fibers (blue) is highest in the anterior regions (rostrum, genu, rostral body), whereas the proportion of large fibers (orange) is highest in the posterior regions (posterior midbody, isthmus, splenium).<sup>[5]</sup> Fiber density (white circles) is much higher in anterior areas