Study suggests brain scans could help diagnose autism

09/7/2011 | Disability Scoop

Stanford University researchers studied the brain scans of 24 children with autism and 24 children without, and found differences that correlated with the severity of the children's disorders. The results suggest that the scans could be used to help diagnose and prescribe treatment for the disorder, which currently is diagnosed primarily through behavioral assessments.

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