Syndromic Forms of Autism: Part II

Most cases of autism have no underlying cause to them and are called idiopathic. A significant minority of cases have an underlying cause and are called syndromic. This is the second blog of my partner Emily Williams on syndromic autism. Her quest is trying to figure out what all of these syndromes have in common.

Syndromic Forms of Autism: Part II.

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