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Pediatric Neurology Briefs 2013 74 125) and now is associated with development of ASD. Extra-axial fluid and rapid head growth in infancy is not always a benign reversible disorder. Neurobiological abnormalities in infants who later develop ASD. Studies since 2009 showing abnormalities in head circumference, electrophysiological markers and interhemispheric synchronization and differences in various brain regions (amygdala, cerebellum, frontal and temporal cortex) are reviewed by investigatorsdoi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-27-10-2 fatcat:snakg3ejfrah5c3g3cgjlwrle4