Placental folds may predict child's risk for autism

Placentas of babies at greater risk for autism had more abnormal folds and cell growths called trophoblast inclusions compared with those in the control group, a study found. The findings, based on placentas from 217 births, were published in the journal Biological Psychiatry.

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