Neuroimaging in autism.

  title={Neuroimaging in autism.},
  author={Shoumitro Deb and Benjamin Thompson},
  journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science},
BACKGROUND Childhood autism is a developmental disorder with distinctive clinical features and characteristic cognitive deficits. Neuroimaging techniques have been extensively used in the study of autism and related disorders. METHOD Recent important literature reported on structural and functional neuroimaging in autism was reviewed and discussed in the context of other neurobiological research findings. RESULTS Various abnormalities of brain structure and function have been proposed, but… CONTINUE READING


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