Corpus callosum dysgenesis


The most common craniofacial abnormality associated with corpus callosum dysgenesis is hypertelorism.

Isolated corpus callosum dysgenesis can be asymptomatic, but other associations and underlying abnormalities should be actively sought for management and prognostication. Associations include aneuploidy syndromes; non-aneuploidy syndromes (e.g. fatal alcohol syndrome); other structural brain abnormalities; and inborn errors of metabolism.