Magnetic imaging may help diagnose autism in children

01/13/2010 | United Press International

A small study suggested magnetic imaging may help diagnose autism in young children. Researchers used magnetoencephalography to detect magnetic field changes in the brain and found children with autistic spectrum disorders had an average delay of 11 milliseconds reacting to sounds compared with children without autism.

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