Absence of Neurological and Behavioral Abnormalities after Anterior Transcallosal Operation for Third Ventricular Lesions

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Abstract

Four children who had each undergone a transcallosal operation for a lesion in the anterior 3rd ventricle were studied extensively for behavioral abnormalities of the type that might follow a disruption of the corpus callosum. No such abnormalities were found. The operative technique used in these children is described.

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