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Case Report

Complete Corpus Callosum Agenesis: Can It Be Mild?

Table 1

Neuropsychological profile of the patient.

Leiter-R (full IQ)99
Raven progressive matrices (Colored form)21/36 (75° percentile)
Constructional praxis
 Block building models6/8 (slightly below average)
 Borrelly-Oleron
0/8 (below average; does not recognize the need of a hidden cube)
Modified Frostig test
(i) QPVG5° percentile
(ii) QPVMR21° percentile
(iii) QIVM 13° percentile
Memory
(i) Digit spanNormal
(ii) Verbal spanNormal
(iii) Corsi block-tapping testz score: −2
Tower of London (executive functions)
(i) Score5°–10° percentile
(ii) Decision time z score: −0.5
(ii) Executing timez score: −0.55
(iv) Total timez score: −0.67
(v) Violation of rules6 (high)
Modified bells cancellation test
(i) RapidityBelow 10° percentile
(ii) AccuracyBelow 10° percentile
TROGz score: −1.87
Text reading
 Rapidity/correctness
 (i) Rrapidityz score: −1.4
 (ii) Correctness7 errors (average)
 Comprehension3 correct answers out of 10 (below average)
 Writing
 Dictation
Unable to complete the test; however, although writing was readable, the number of errors was significantly higher than expected
Mathematic abilities
(i) Number knowledgeVery poor
(ii) CalculationVery poor

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