Anatomia general > Sistema nervioso > Sistema nervioso central > Encéfalo > Prosencéfalo; Cerebro anterior > Telencéfalo > Hemisferio cerebral > White substance of telencephalon; cerebral white matter > Fibras comisurales del telencéfalo > Cuerpo Calloso
The Corpus Callosum is the great transverse commissure which unites the cerebral hemispheres and roofs in the lateral ventricles. A good conception of its position and size is obtained by examining a median sagittal section of the brain, when it is seen to form an arched structure about 10 cm. long. Its anterior end is about 4 cm. from the frontal pole, and its posterior end about 6 cm. from the occipital pole of the hemisphere.