Agenesis of the corpus callosum
Other Names for this Disease
- Corpus callosum agenesis
- Da silva syndrome
- Mental retardation hypoplastic corpus callosum preauricular tag
- Syndrome with corpus callosum agenesis /dysgenesis as a major feature
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corpus callosum) is partially or completely absent. This birth defect can occur as an isolated condition or in combination with other abnormalities. The effects of agenesis of the corpus callosum range from subtle or mild to severe, depending on associated brain abnormalities. Treatment usually involves management of symptoms and seizures if they occur.Agenesis of the corpus callosum (ACC) is a birth defect in which the structure that connects the two sides of the brain (the
Last updated: 9/23/2014
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