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Related to Autistic Disorder: Asperger's syndrome, Autistic spectrum disorder
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Oral health status Estudio La muestra incluyo of children with de corte una poblacion de autistic disorder transversal 483 ninos (363 ninos in Chennai.
Mothers who consumed folic acid supplements during the period from four weeks prior to conception to their eighth week of pregnancy had a 39% lower risk of giving birth to a child diagnosed with autistic disorder in comparison with mothers who did not use the supplements.
Similarly, no increased risk was found for autistic disorder or ASD with regression.
This finding does not establish a causal relation between folic acid use and autistic disorder, but provides a rationale for replicating the analyses in other study samples and further investigating genetic factors and other biologic mechanisms that may explain the inverse association," said Dr.
This finding does not establish a causal relation between folic add use and autistic disorder, but provides a rationale for replicating the analyses in other study samples and further investigating genetic factors and other biologic mechanisms that may explain the inverse association," said Dr.
Related developmental disorders defined in the DSM-IV are Asperger's Disorder, Autistic Disorder, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder - Not Otherwise Specified (PPD-NOS).
People who meet some of the criteria for autistic disorder or Asperger syndrome, such as only social or only communication challenges, might be diagnosed with PDD or NOS.
Diagnosis with an autistic disorder was the selection criterion for soliciting participants from the special education schools.
Many people with autistic disorder also have a mental disability.
The five points on the autism spectrum included: autistic disorder, Rett disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, Asperger's disorder and pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified.
It is entirely plausible that 3 percent of the population may have some smidgen of autism, but it is entirely implausible that so many would have symptoms severe enough to qualify as an autistic disorder.
2 million for every person diagnosed in childhood with an autistic disorder.

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