Neurology Central

Increased cerebrospinal fluid could be used as biomarker for autism

A collaborative group of researchers from the University of California Davis MIND Institute (CA, USA), University of North Carolina (NC, USA) and other institutions has discovered that increased extra-axial cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), in high-risk infants, could be associated with an increased risk of developing an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
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