Corpus callosum dysgenesis
Known case of aplastic anemia presenting with head trauma,
Brain CT scan without contrast
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There is evidence of a small right frontal scalp hematoma without intracranial acute abnormality. There is, however, evidence of corpus callosum dysgenesis.
Individuals with corpus callosal dysgenesis are often essentially normal and thus incidentally finding this congenital abnormality when the brain is imaged for other reasons is not infrequent.
Editorial note: Aplastic anaemia and corpus callosal abnormalities have been reported as part of congenital amegakaryocytic thrombocytopenia (CAMT)1 although it is unclear if this is the case in this individual.
- 1. Ronald Hoffman, Leslie E. Silberstein, Helen Heslop, Jeffrey Weitz. Hematology. (2018) ISBN: 9781437729283