Saturday, December 4, 2010

Brain scans accurate at spotting autism: U.S. study

(Reuters) - U.S. researchers are closing in on an accurate test for autism, a finding that could lead to earlier diagnosis and treatment.
The test, which uses conventional magnetic resonance imaging or MRI machines, detected 94 percent of individuals with a high-functioning form of autism, they reported on Thursday.

Read more of Julie Steenhuysen's article HERE.
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