Irish American doctor saves baby born with brain outside his head

Doctor John Meara and the Gundrum family

The National Institute of Health states that children without a corpus callosum go on to lead normal lives, although they may have subtle cognitive and social difficulties.

The only element which seems uncertain is whether Dominic will ever see or be legally blind.
But Meara is optimistic.

He said, “When he’s 6 feet tall and has a head of hair on him, you may see a little line on his forehead, but that’s probably about it.”