Autism

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Autism is severe developmental problems called autism spectrum disorder and it appears early in childhood. Just like other disorders, autism can affect a child’s ability to commune and work together with others. Autism has no particular cause. Statistics show that boys are 4 times more likely to develop Autism than girls. There is no cure for Autism, but with rigorous treatment, children with the disorder can have different lives, if management was not available. Autism spectrum disorders fit in to an umbrella classification of five childhood-onset conditions known as pervasive developmental disorders. Most people think of autism spectrum disorders as Autism, Asperger's Syndrome, and Pervasive Developmental Disorder. Childhood disintegrative disorder and Rett Syndrome are the other pervasive developmental disorders that are not commonly thought of. Because both are extremely rare genetic diseases, they are usually considered to be separate medical conditions that don't truly belong on the autism spectrum. Today, there are more children being diagnosed with Autism. It's not understood whether this is due to better identification or coverage of autism or a real increase in the number of cases or both. Autism is not a solitary illness, but a range of related illnesses with symptoms that are similar. Every individual on the autism spectrum has problems to some degree with social skills, empathy, communication, and flexible behavior. There are different levels and symptoms of autism and it differs from person to person. Autism has been studied as a neurological disorder. There has been much progress made in clarifying the anatomical and functional abnormalities in autism. With the development of new technology, it allowed us to move beyond regional variations and study autism. Brain regions and neural routes that are implicated in the core symptoms of autism have been

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