Abnormal neuroanatomy in a nonretarded person with autism. Unusual findings with magnetic resonance imaging.

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Recent studies of infantile autism using computed tomographic scanning emphasized the importance of studying cases of classic autism (Kanner's syndrome) without complicating conditions such as mental retardation. Computed tomographic scan studies of such patients reported no evidence of anatomical abnormalities of cerebral hemispheres or of subcortical… (More)

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@article{Courchesne1987AbnormalNI, title={Abnormal neuroanatomy in a nonretarded person with autism. Unusual findings with magnetic resonance imaging.}, author={Eric Courchesne and J R Hesselink and Terry L. Jernigan and R Yeung-Courchesne}, journal={Archives of neurology}, year={1987}, volume={44 3}, pages={335-41} }