Brain imaging may help diagnose autism

ScienceDaily (2010-01-10) — Children with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) process sound and language a fraction of a second slower than children without ASDs, and measuring magnetic signals that mark this delay may become a standardized way to diagnose autism. While more work remains to be done, this pattern of delayed brain response may be refined into the first imaging biomarker for autism. Click Here For Full Article.

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