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Corpus

[Latin, Body, aggregate, or mass.]

Corpus might be used to mean a human body, or a body or group of laws. The term is used often in Civil Law to denote a substantial or positive fact, as opposed to one that is ambiguous. The corpus of a trust is the sum of money or property that is set aside to produce income for a named beneficiary. In the law of estates, the corpus of an estate is the amount of property left when an individual dies. Corpus juris means a body of law or a body of the law. Corpus Juris Secundum (C.J.S.®) is an all-inclusive, multivolume legal encyclopedia.

corpus

n. 1) Latin for body. 2) the principal (usually money, securities, and other assets) of a trust or estate as distinguished from interest or profits.

CORPUS. A Latin word, which signifies body; as, corpus delicti, the body of the offence, the essence of the crime; corpus juris canonis, the body of the canon law; corpus juris civilis, the body of the Civil law.

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KEY WORDS: Intrahemispheric lipoma, Corpus callosum agenesis, Children.
On conducting a physical examination, there was corpus callosum agenesis, dental anomalies, mental-motor retardation, lower extremity paraplegia, mild scoliosis, and bifid uvula.
Associated abnormalities included hydrocephalus in DWM, corpus callosum agenesis with left inferior cerebellar hypoplasia in 1 case of DWV, and gross communicating hydrocephalus in one case of mega cisterna magna.