Do children with autism and developmental regression need EEG investigation in the absence of clinical seizures?

@article{Fong2008DoCW,
  title={Do children with autism and developmental regression need EEG investigation in the absence of clinical seizures?},
  author={Choong Y I Fong and Gillian Baird and Elizabeth A Wraige},
  journal={Archives of disease in childhood},
  year={2008},
  volume={93 11},
  pages={
          998-9
        }
}
A child presents to your developmental clinic at 30 months old. His mother reports developmental regression of previously acquired developmental milestones. He has now lost his language skills and only makes incomprehensible babbles. He is otherwise clinically well and does not have clinical seizures. From his early history and current behaviour your clinical diagnosis is autism. You wonder whether an electroencephalogram (EEG) should be performed to rule out possible underlying subclinical… CONTINUE READING
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