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Why Are More Boys Diagnosed With Autism Than Girls?

Published: Sep. 11, 2023Updated: Sep. 11, 2023
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When it comes to autism, girls are diagnosed less than boys, diagnosed later, and often even misdiagnosed. Dr. Abha Gupta explains why this might be happening, including differences in symptoms, faulty diagnostic tools, and genetics.

For more about children with autism, see Autism and Co-Occurring Diagnoses.


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