ASDSAmerican Society of Dermatologic Surgery
ASDSAutonomous Spaceport Drone Ship (ocean-going vessel; SpaceX)
ASDSAdjustable Speed Drive System (automobiles)
ASDSAdvanced SEAL Delivery System
ASDSAccunet Spectrum of Digital Services (AT&T)
ASDSAdvanced Sensor Distribution System
ASDSAir Situation Display System
ASDSAirborne Serial Data System
ASDSARTS Software Development System
ASDSAutomatic Shut Down Sequence
ASDSAdvanced SCM Delivery System
ASDSAdvanced Strap Down Seeker (Missile Defense Agency / US Army SMDC)
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This long-term study began with U researchers identifying 55 people from Utah families with multiple members diagnosed with ASDs. From there, they identified 153 CNVs with a potential link to autism.
In the 1990s, concerns began to emerge about increases in the number of children with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Including the about 1% of children with an ASD, about 13% of children have some type of developmental disability;, including speech and language disorders, learning disabilities, and attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Washington, December 1 ( ANI ): In a new study, researchers have reported on the current understanding of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) genetics and the possibilities of translating genetic research toward biomarker development in ASD.
ASDs are a heterogeneous group of developmental conditions characterized by social deficits, difficulty communicating, and repetitive behaviors.
ASDs are a group of childhood neurodevelopmental disorders that cause impairments in verbal communication, social interaction and behavior.
Risks associated with ASD device closure include device embolization, residual leak, thromboembolism, arrhythmias, cardiac erosion and vascular injuries.
Researchers at the University of Warwick said the test, believed to be the first of its kind, could lead to earlier diagnosis of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in children who could then be given appropriate treatment much earlier in their lives.
But some people born with an atrial septal defect (ASD) live well into adulthood before developing symptoms that alert them to a problem.
Washington DC [USA], Nov 30 ( ANI ): Low level of Vitamin D at birth is linked to an increased risk of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) at the age of three.
At 24 months, 28 of the 92 infants met criteria for ASDs. Microstructural properties of white matter fiber tracts (considered to be related with ASDs) were characterised by fractional anisotropy and radial and axial diffusivity.
The second group did not meet the new criteria but did meet ASD criteria under the DSM-IV-TR.