Corpus callosum agenesis

A congenital abnormality characterized by the complete absence of the corpus callosum. It may be an isolated abnormality or associated with other central nervous system abnormalities or syndromes. Clinical manifestations vary. In cases of isolated corpus callosum agenesis, symptoms may be absent or minimal. In cases that are associated with other central nervous system abnormalities or syndromes, symptoms include developmental delays, motor coordination difficulties, and vision impairment.

Disease Alternative Name

agenesis of corpus callosum
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Corpus callosum agenesis

10 day male child 1st in birth order found to have prominent and dilated ventricles on antenatal scan,cried immediately...See More

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corpus callosum agenesis may be associated with genetic syndromes or isolated. It may present with behavior abnormalities, seizures,mental retardation,hydrocephalus. parallel ventricles suggest corpus callosum agenesis


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