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Autism Subgroups from a Medical Genetics Perspective 

Autism Subgroups from a Medical Genetics Perspective
Autism Subgroups from a Medical Genetics Perspective

Judith H. Miles

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date: 07 July 2020

This chapter begins with a discussion of strategies for defining autism subgroups. It then turns to the relationship between clinical phenotypes and endophenotypes. This is followed by a review of studies on autism subgroups including morphologically defined subgroups, brain-size defined subgroups, brain-malformation defined subgroups, family-history defined subgroups, core autism behavior based subgroups, cognitively and functionally defined subgroups, and neurologically and medically defined subgroups.

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