Caracterización clínica y estado actual de los pacientes con Síndrome de Asperger de 0 a 16 años, atendidos en la Fundación Liga Central Contra la Epilepsia y el Hospital de la Misericordia de Bogotá, Colombia.

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Ricardo Andrés Naranjo Flórez


El objetivo del presente estudio fue determinar los hallazgos clínicos, paraclínicos, epidemioló-gicos, y de pruebas de tamizaje y de diagnóstico en el síndrome de Asperger, en los casos que se detectaron en la Fundación Liga Central Contra La Epilepsia y la Fundación Hospital de la Mise-ricordia entre los años 2004 y 2007. Hasta la fecha existen pocos artículos de series clínicas sobre este síndrome en la literatura médica, se ha informado que es un trastorno sub-diagnosticado en Colombia. Este estudio describe el síndrome con detalle, mostrando sus características en nuestra población, con el fin de ofrecer una mejor información para diagnóstico, tratamiento, seguimien-to y prevención.

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