About Corpus Callosum Dysgenesis (CCD)

The corpus callosum is the largest neural fiber tract in the brain. Consisting of approximately 190 million neurons, this structure bridges the gap between the left and right brain hemispheres and permits the exchange of high-speed broadband communications across the two halves of the brain. Approximately one person in every 4000 is born with part of their corpus callosum missing. Collectively these conditions are referred to as disorders of the corpus callosum, or corpus callosum dysgenesis (CCD).

CCD Resources

Do you, or someone you know, have lived experience with Corpus Callosum Dysgenesis? A number of helpful resources are collated here.

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