Introduction: Aicardi syndrome
Aicardi syndrome: Rare congenital brain defect
Aicardi syndrome: Aicardi syndrome is a rare disorder characterized by the partial or complete agenesis (absence) of the corpus callosum (the structure that links the 2 hemispheres of the brain), infantile spasms (a form of childhood seizure), mental retardation, and an ocular (eye) abnormality called lacunae (lesions) of the retina of the eye. 1
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1. excerpt from NINDS Aicardi Syndrome Information Page: NINDS
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