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Current research suggests that the neurobiological substrate of dyslexia involves the dysfunctional orchestration of a multi-dimensional and hierarchical circuitry of at least three neuronal networks. This circuitry principally involves the posterior corpus callosum, left arcuate fasciculous, and the right frontostriatal attentional control network. The key to understanding the disability and in forging a comprehensive theory of dyslexia may be found in investigations aimed at interactions among all three networking territories.
Dyslexia, Corpus callosum, Arcuate fasciculus, Frontostriatal attention control, Neurological disorder,Clinical Neurological Disorders, Dyslexia