Davidson, Kim Dalton and colleagues suspected that these seemingly inconsistent findings from the wide variability of the autism spectrum amygdala amygdala masked changes – turn up that a clearer picture would be if the length and severity of hypersensitivity to social interactions were priced They brought eye tracking and other measures of facial emotion processing in combination with MRI to carry out if the degree of non-verbal social impairment might amygdala volume in 49 males aged 8-25, including 25 with autism spectrum disorders predict.
However, they warn that these changes do not explain all autistic behavior, but account for slightly more than half of the variability in nonverbal social impairment.. The researchers suggest that the amygdala in autism fits a model in which a brain structure adapts to chronic stress – in this case, fear of people – from the first hyperactive, study, 21 lapse to a process of toxic cell death and atrophy, as has been proposed occurs in the hippocampus for some forms of depression.*** kids with autism, which would at least hypersensitive to interaction with people thus show slower amygdala shrinkage while those who were most hypersensitive would begin to show amygdala changes early in life.‘Research : Unintended effects of statins both men and women in England & Wales: population based cohort study with the data QResearch ‘Juliet Hippisley – Cox, Carol Coupland doi: 10.1136/bmj. 2010; BMJ 2010; 340: C 219.
The authors estimated the effects of type, dose and duration of the statins to clinical outcome, the before connected to statins and it calculates figures required to treat and to harm.