I have brought up my concerns regarding the MRI brain scan and the possibility that B may have a spectrum disorder which falls under the diagnostic label of corpus collasum agenesis (I've been playing Dr Google again). The paeditrician has discussed this with the neuro-radiologist and he is of the opinion that the MRI does not confirm corpus callosum agenesis. The neurologist's opinion following an assessment last year suggested possibility of congential infection. However it is no longer possible to confirm this. B's guthrie card test which is screened for congenital infections was reported as normal. A full blood count in October 2011 showed a midly reduced serum ferritin. He has been started on iron supplements by the poo doctor.
B is howing signs of a social communication disorder. He has no speech and his communication is motoric. He interacts fairly well but his play is largely solitary. He is on the waiting list for assessment at the Join Social Communication clinic. He is also known to the regional genetic service where investigations are being undertaken to determine the reason for his global developmental delay. No results have been received thus far.
It's been agreed that it may be advisable to add to his list of diagnostic problems abnormal corpus callosum on MRI brain scan. However one cannot conclude that he falls within the spectrum of corpus callosum agenesis or hypoplasia.
I have requested a Re-referral to neurologist to consider questions about corpus callosum agenesis. More tests to exclude Prader-Willi syndrome.