Brain anatomy. Artwork of a transverse section through a brain. At centre is the corpus callosum (cream), a bundle of nerve fibres that links the two hemispheres of the brain. Either side of the corpus callosum are the lobes (oval) of the thalamus. The thalamus processes sensory input and relays it to higher parts of the brain. The cream structures to the left of the thalamus are the tails of the caudate nucleus, which, along with other structures, are responsible for voluntary movement.
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