Description - The Neurology of Autism by Mary Coleman
This book is a comprehensive overview of neurological research on autism. It address such questions as: Is autism a single disorder or a syndrome of multiple diseases? How are autism and Asperger syndrome related? Is autism increasing in prevalence, or is it just that we diagnose it more often? There is an in-depth discussion of the neurological signs and symptoms that can be found in children with autism and Asperger syndrome; these include abnormal cranial circumference, epilepsy, changes of muscle tone, stereotypes and mutism. The Appendix includes a form specifically designed for the neurological examination of patients with autism and Asperger syndrome. The book goes to discuss treatments and their relative success rates, including alternative therapies.
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Author Biography - Mary Coleman
Mary Coleman has published over 100 medical papers and eight medical books, including four on autism. She was educated at The University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins, and George Washington University, with training in adult neurology at Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center and pediatric neurology at Children's Hospital in D.C.