El autismo de etiología desconocida

@article{Holgun2003ElAD,
  title={El autismo de etiolog{\'i}a desconocida},
  author={J. Holgu{\'i}n},
  journal={Revista De Neurologia},
  year={2003},
  volume={37},
  pages={259-266}
}
  • J. Holguín
  • Published 1 August 2003
  • Philosophy
  • Revista De Neurologia
Objetivo. Revision del origen, desarrollo, evolucion y estado actual del concepto de autismo, junto con los trastornos pervasivos del desarrollo, los avances en metodos diagnosticos, los estudios geneticos, las bases neurobiologicas, el aumento de los indices de prevalencia y sus posibles causas. Desarrollo. El autismo es una entidad neurologica frecuente, que dura toda la vida. Sus caracteristicas son una marcada deficiencia en capacidad social reciproca y en lenguaje comunicativo, con… Expand
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