With advancement in medical science, treatments of even chronic diseases seem to getting easy. As per a latest research, which has been published in BMC Medicine, it has been revealed that about 33 brain related activities that are capable of indicating about autism in quite a young age.
The study researchers were of the view that their development is able to find autism in a child as young as two. Lead researcher Dr. Frank H. Duffy from Boston Children's Hospital said that through the use of electroencephalography (EEG), one can know about autism condition.
"The brain works like a series of computers and they have to hook to one another through nerves in the brain in order to connect and function together”, said Duffy. He further affirmed that through the use of EEG, doctors can know about the brain activities that whether or not, they are well coordinated.
Caroline Hattersley, who also assisted in the study, said that they conducted a survey while conducting the study. They got to know that about 50% people are of the view that the condition is difficult to get diagnosed and so are its treatments.
Doctors also did not have any way by which they are able to know about the disease. However, now it seems that their problem will get solved.
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