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J Intellect Disabil Res. 1992 Jun;36 ( Pt 3):201-14.

Subgroups in autism: are there behavioural phenotypes typical of underlying medical conditions?

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Department of Pediatrics and Child Psychiatry, University of Göteborg, Sweden.

Abstract

Fifty-nine cases with infantile autism/autistic disorder were subclassified according to associated medical condition (fragile-X, tuberous sclerosis, neurofibromatosis, hypo-melanosis of Ito, Moebius syndrome, Rett syndrome, and a 'new' syndrome associated with a marker chromosome). It was concluded that, even within a group of cases fitting currently accepted criteria for autism, there is considerable variation in symptom profile depending on the exact type of associated medical condition.

PMID:
1623312
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