Some infants who are later diagnosed with autism have too much fluid between the brain and skull.
The brains of some women with autism more closely resemble those of typical men than those of typical women.
Despite the completion of hundreds of imaging studies in people with autism, researchers have yet to find features that distinguish people with the condition.
The effects of autism mutations on brain volume might be reversible, even in a mature brain.
Two mouse models of autism have distinct patterns of brain connectivity that emerge at different times.
The amygdala, a brain region that governs emotions, may be enlarged and overly connected in children with autism, but it shrinks as the children grow up.
The brain enlargement commonly seen in toddlers with autism may persist into adolescence and adulthood.
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