Study: MRI scans could improve autism diagnosis

12/2/2010 | Reuters

MRI scans that look at the brain's circuitry were 94% accurate in identifying patients with a high-functioning form of autism, U.S. researchers found. The findings suggest that the imaging technique could improve diagnosis and treatment of the brain disorder, an expert said.

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