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Brain scans detect autism in preliminary study at McLean

McLean researchers are looking at parts of the brain (scan above) that are impaired in people with autism. McLean researchers are looking at parts of the brain (scan above) that are impaired in people with autism. (Journal: Aur)
December 6, 2010

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Scans that reveal flaws in the brain’s circuitry may one day be used to diagnose autism, researchers from McLean Hospital say in a report published last week. (Full article: 889 words)

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