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  • Mitochondrial dysfunction and autism: comprehensive genetic analyses of children with autism and mtDNA deletion. [Journal Article]
  • BBBehav Brain Funct 2018 Feb 20; 14(1):4
  • Varga NÁ, Pentelényi K, … Molnár MJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: MtDNA alterations are more common in patients with ASD than in control individuals. MtDNA deletions are not isolated genetic alterations found in ASD; they coexist either with other ASD-associated genetic risk factors or with alterations in genes responsible for intergenomic communication. These findings indicate that mitochondrial dysfunction is not rare in ASD. The occurring mtDNA deletions in ASD may be mostly a consequence of the alterations of the causative culprit genes for autism or genes responsible for mtDNA maintenance, or because of the harmful effect of environmental factors.
  • Dural Tears in Adult Deformity Surgery: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Outcomes. [Journal Article]
  • GSGlobal Spine J 2018; 8(1):25-31
  • Iyer S, Klineberg EO, … International Spine Study Group (ISSG)
  • CONCLUSIONS: The rate of DT was 10.8% in an ASD cohort. This is similar to rates of DT reported following surgery for degenerative pathology. A history of prior spine surgery, decompression, interbody fusion, and osteotomies are all associated with an increased risk of DT, but decompression is the only independent risk factor for DT.
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