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After he was born, the neurologist suspected and later confirmed a diagnosis of agenesis of the corpus collosum (the absence of the formation of the two hemispheres in the brain).
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (October 1997), has a three-year-old son who has hydrocephalus, agenesis of the corpus collosum (absence of the two transverse fibers connecting the two cerebral hemispheres), frontal nasal dysplasia (smaller than normal nasal passages, affecting the size and placement of the facial features), syndactylism on one hand and one foot, bilateral shunts, and has developed "bowel dumping" syndrome after his fundoplication.