Tag: Autism

Early Intervention on Autism: Facts and Findings| Chapter 13 | Emerging Trends in Disease and Health Research Vol.4

Early intervention in Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) is the best and most efficient treatment for improving key indications of this neurodevelopmental disease, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American Psychiatry Association (APA), as well as various scientific evidences. Specific strategies and approaches, particularly for two-year-old...
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Differential Diagnosis of Autism

A diagnosis without a known cause is nothing more than a name that gives the impression of comprehension. Because clinicians diagnose by ticking off symptoms on a checklist with no comprehension of cause and effect, autism has become over-diagnosed and now encompasses a spectrum of diseases with varying degrees...
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New Direction for Autism Research: A Review

The goal of this research is to see if there is a need for a major shift in autism research strategy. Autism prevalence appears to have risen from 0.62 percent in 2012 to 1.85 percent in 2020 at first appearance. However, no rise in the prevalence of any of...
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A Need to Redefine Autism: A Review

This research explains the unique neurophysiological aetiology of autism, redefines autism in terms of this cause, and offers diagnostic criteria for autism. Autism spectrum disorder is currently diagnosed in one out of every 59 children (1.7%). (ASD). Autism was diagnosed in one out of every 250 people (0.4 percent)...
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Prevalence of Genomic Change Provides New Visions of Autism

The immense genetic contribution to autism spectrum disorders has been emphasised by genomic research, with over 80 percent of patients displaying improvements through high resolution chromosome (microarray) analysis or whole exome sequencing. An summary of these genetic changes reveals the predicted role of synaptic transmission in autism, demonstrating the...
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The Neurophysiological Cause of Autism

The current overly broad definition of autism has launched an epidemic of false diagnoses that include conditions of uncertain similarities. Professionals diagnose by ticking off symptoms on a subjective checklist that has no clear relation to causality. This study firmly establishes that autism has a singular neurophysiological cause that...
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