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Virtual Online Seminar

12.15 Research Forum: ASD and isolated fetal ventriculomegaly

Fetal ventriculomegaly is the most common antenatally-diagnosed brain abnormality. The researchers study this abnormality in relation to a variety of diagnoses post-birth.

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12.15 Research Forum: ASD and isolated fetal ventriculomegaly
12.15 Research Forum: ASD and isolated fetal ventriculomegaly

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Dec 15, 2023, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

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Join Dr. Elizabeth Forgione on Dec. 15, 2023, as she presents the research study, "Characterisation of ASD traits among a cohort of children with isolated fetal ventriculomegaly". 

Abstract: Fetal ventriculomegaly is the most common antenatally-diagnosed brain abnormality. Imaging studies in antenatal isolated ventriculomegaly demonstrate enlarged ventricles and cortical overgrowth also present in children with autism spectrum disorder/condition (ASD). We investigate the presence of ASD traits in a cohort of children with isolated fetal ventriculomegaly compared with ten controls. Neurodevelopmental outcomes at school age included IQ, ASD traits (ADOS-2), sustained attention, neurological functioning, behavior, executive function, sensory processing, coordination, and adaptive behaviors. 

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