Objective: The aim of this case study is to discuss the complex and rare neuropsychological profile of a young boy whose parents sought an initial differential diagnosis for their child due to emotional, behavioral, and learning concerns. By compiling and integrating medical records, family history, research articles, and the results of the current neuropsychological battery, it provided the differential diagnosis needed between a disorder of early brain development and a specific genetic condition (i.e., Noonan Syndrome). Method: The patient is a 9-year-old Caucasian male currently residing in the Midwest. At 17 months of age, an MRI of the patient revealed a “dysplastic corpus callosum with clivus and sphenoid bowing more horizontally oriented than normally expected”. There was also mild anterior kinking seen in the medulla near that level of the foramen magnum. Observations of Patient X included short stature, significant deficits in attention and concentration, and verbal perseverations. Medical and...

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