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Korean J Pediatr 2000 August;43(8) :1127-1131.
A Case of Corpus Callosum Agenesis with Ileal Atresia and Duplication
Kyoung A Chun (Chun KA)1, Young Dae Ham (Ham YD)1, Jin Hwa Jeong (Jeong JH)1, Jeong Ho Lee (Lee JH)1, Hye Suk Kim (Kim HS)2
1Department of Pediatrics, Maryknoll Hospital, Pusan, Korea
2Department of Anatomical Pathology, Maryknoll Hospital, Pusan, Korea
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Agenesis of corpus callosum occurs sporadically and may be transmitted as sex-linked, or autosomal-dominant or recessive traits. It has been associated with different syndromes. Clinical pictures vary from severe intellectual and neurologic abnormalities to asymptomatic and normaly intelligent cases. Agenesis of corpus callosum may occur alone, but it is more frequently associated with a high incidence of other anomalies. We report a male infant with agenesis of corpus callosum who was diagnosed to have ileal atresia and duplication.
Keywords: Agenesis of corpus callosum | Ileal atresia | Duplication
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