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Acrocallosal Syndrome

Acrocallosal syndrome is a rare congenital disorder in which the individual has absence or only partial formation of the corpus callosum. This is accompanied by skull and facial malformations, and some degree of finger or toe malformations. Individuals may display motor and mental retardation. The cause of this genetic disorder is unknown, and the severity of the symptoms vary by individual.

Symptoms of Acrocallosal syndrome

  • Minor webbing of toes and feet.
  • Extra fingers or toes
  • Forehead prominence
  • Increased distance between the eyes
  • Enlarged head

 

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