Aicardi syndrome

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Ai·car·di syn·drome

(ă-kahr-dē'), [MIM*304050]
an X-linked dominant disorder with lethality in hemizygous males; characterized by agenesis of corpus collosum, chorioretinal abnormality with "holes," cleft lip with or without cleft palate, seizures, and characteristic EEG changes.

Aicardi Syndrome

An X-linked condition of early onset (before 5 months of age), which is characterised by seizures, spasms, mental retardation, muscular hypotonicity and lacunar retinal defects. The defect maps to the AIC locus on chromosome Xp22, in the region which encodes steroid sulfatase. It affects girls and boys with Klinefelter Syndrome.

Ai·car·di syn·drome

(ī-kahr'dē sin'drōm)
An X-linked dominant disorder with lethality in hemizygous males; characterized by agenesis of corpus callosum, chorioretinal abnormality with "holes," cleft lip with or without cleft palate, seizures, and characteristic EEG changes.

Aicardi,

Jean Dennis, French neurologist, 1924–.
Aicardi syndrome - agenesis of the corpus callosum with infantile spasms in female babies.

Ai·car·di syn·drome

(ī-kahr'dē sin'drōm) [MIM*304050]
X-linked dominant disorder lethal in hemizygous males; characterized by agenesis of cor-pus callosum, chorioretinal abnormality with "holes," cleft lip with or without cleft palate, seizures, and characteristic electroencephalographic changes.