septo-optic dysplasia

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septo-optic dysplasia

A rare developmental disorder of the brain and eye in which the optic disk and septum pellucidum do not develop normally, resulting in blindness, hormonal deficiencies, learning disabilities, decreased muscular tone, and, occasionally, seizures.
Synonym: Morsier syndrome
See also: dysplasia