Translation of autism in Spanish:


autismo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɔˌtɪzəm//ˈɔːtɪz(ə)m/


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    autismo masculine
    • Public awareness of autism has increased over recent years, yet early recognition of autism remains variable.
    • They are reported to have discovered a possible link between fatty acid deficiency and childhood autism.
    • Children with conditions like cerebral palsy, autism and learning difficulties benefit.
    • It may also play a role in disorders such as autism, where people have difficulties forming social bonds.
    • Eight months ago, he joined the growing epidemic of children diagnosed with autism.
    • Again, even if such peptides are discovered, their relationship to autism remains entirely speculative.
    • Long before its formal recognition in 1943, the concept of autism appeared in folklore.
    • But when he was a toddler, he was diagnosed as having a relatively mild form of autism.
    • It's crucial to have a clear, early diagnosis of autism if sufferers and their families are to be helped.