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It does this mostly while we sleep.However, having too much of the fluid could be a biomarker for autism in young children.What the study revealed To reach this conclusion, researchers studied 236 children.Of those, 159 had autism spectrum disorder and 77 didnt The participants were an average of 3 years old.Each child underwent brain MRIs so researchers could measure their cerebrospinal fluid. The research team also used sophisticated algorithms to assess the results.Researchers say children with autism had about 15 percent more spinal fluid, regardless of their genetic disposition to autism.These brain measures distinguished kids with autism from those with typical development with 83 percent accuracy, the researchers concluded.Earlier studies by some of the same researchers evaluated children with a higher risk of autism, such as an older sibling with the condition. However, this round of research evaluated both high- and low-risk children and monitored those children for a longer
period of time.Researcher David Amaral is a professor in the UC Davis psychiatry and behavioral science department and the senior author of the paper.He said in a statement that their first round of research showed that if you conduct an MRI on a child as young as 6 months old, the increased cerebrospinal fluid could predict a subset of autism. Their second set of research confirmed it.Now we have validated them a third time in older children with varying degrees of risk, he said.Other effects The researchers found that extra cerebrospinal fluid was associated with lower nonverbal ability or the ability to analyze and solve problems without using words.The study also showed that children with more cerebrospinal fluid had more problems sleeping.
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