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Autism is clearly a disorder of neural development, but when, where, and how brain pathology occurs remains elusive. Typical brain development is comprised of several stages, including the proliferation and migration of neurons, creation of dendritic arbors and synaptic connections, and eventually dendritic pruning and programmed cell death. Any deviation at one or more of these stages could produce catastrophic downstream effects. MRI studies of autism have provided important clues, describingdoi:10.1016/j.brainres.2010.09.061 pmid:20869352 pmcid:PMC3050078 fatcat:xh5isv7nyvdjbnhcz24p7nfhru