Ultrasounds pose autism risk during early pregnancy warns researchers

Ultrasounds pose autism risk during early pregnancy warns researchers
 

It found that autistic children of mothers who had ultrasound scans in the first trimester were more severely affected by their condition.
The research is borne out by animal studies which show how ultrasound can affect brain development.
The study at Washington University, in Seattle, examined the ultrasound records of mothers to more than 100 autistic children.
The children involved all had a genetic variant which made them more likely to develop the condition.
Scientists are not claiming ultrasound caused the autism but it did make the symptoms worse. Professor Sara Webb, who led the... read more

 
27 September 2016 in Health, Views: 33
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