aka DeMorsier’s Syndrome
- Thinned optic tracts
- Absent septum pellucidum
- Boxlike appearance to the anterior horns
- Thinning of corpus callosum
Congenital anomaly, M:F=1:3, range of visual dysfunctions, nystagmus, seizures. There is also an association with hypothalamic hypopituitarism (66%). This may be manifested as diabetes insipidus or as growth retardation due to diminished growth hormone.