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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Prevalence Trends and Risk Factors for Autism

  • Aired: 01/26/2013
  • 42:27
  • Rating: TV-G
Maureen Durkin, Professor, Population Health Sciences & Pediatrics, UW-Madison, presents an update on trends in the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder. Durkin looks at risk factors including pregnancy complications, parental age, birth order, gene mutations, socioeconomic status and comorbid disabilities.
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Maureen Durkin focuses on risk factors and trends prevalent in autism spectrum disorder.
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