Excess brain fluid points to greater autism risk in study

07/9/2013 | HealthDay News

Babies with extra-axial fluid in their brains at ages 6 to 9 months were at greater risk of having autism spectrum disorder at 24 to 36 months, according to a study in the journal Brain. Also, the study showed the volume of the cerebrospinal fluid as early as 6 months was tied to the severity of ASD symptoms.

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