DTI-MRI shows brain differences in infants who develop autism

02.17.12
Publication: AuntMinnie By: Wayne Forrest

Using diffusion-tensor MRI (DTI-MRI), researchers have discovered significant differences in early brain development in high-risk infants who later develop autism, compared with those who do not develop the disorder, according to a study published online February 17 in theĀ American Journal of Psychiatry.

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