Hi Ladies, I'm new to these threads as I have just received heartbreaking news at 23 weeks. We had our anatomy scan 4 weeks ago and at our monthly appointment a few days ago we were told a few views of the brain looked like there may be an abnormality but were comforted by our OB not to worry. He sent us for a level II US and met with a perinatologist right after who told us our baby appeared to have absense of his corpus callosum (ACC). Of course this news is devastating and completely unexpected as we believed our initial anatomy scan appeared normal for the last 4 weeks. I have to get an MRI in the next week or two (hoping for sooner rather than later) and I will likely need an amniocentesis to check for genetic anomalies. Reaching out for support and maybe to find someone in a similar situation. This is a difficult diagnosis as the prognosis for ACC has a broad spectrum for perfectly normal to some significant disabilities and behavioral problems. It's pretty crazy how our lives could change in an instant but I feel thankful for my husband and family's support. Trying to stay positive.