The diagnosis of Down syndrome has been the subject of intense debate for decades, with a wide range of different diagnoses being proposed and used to classify the condition.
Some researchers have argued that it is more complicated than previously believed.
Others have used the term “affective disorder” to describe the syndrome, which can be defined by the presence of symptoms that do not necessarily have a neurological cause.
The symptoms include: difficulty communicating, social isolation, and communication difficulties.
Some have suggested that Down syndrome is a form of autism.
A growing number of researchers believe that Down Syndrome is more closely related to Down syndrome than the previous classification of autism or Asperger’s syndrome.
But while the scientific community has spent years studying the neurological basis of Down Syndrome, a growing body of research has revealed some interesting new insights into the syndrome.
According to a new study published in the journal Brain, scientists have found that the neurological symptoms of Down-s Syndrome may be the same as those seen in children with autism.
In fact, researchers found that Down-S syndrome sufferers experience similar brain changes and behavioral issues as those who have Aspergers Syndrome.
The researchers also found that when Down- syndrome sufferer children are shown the same symptoms, they tend to report less severe symptoms, compared to children who do not experience these symptoms.
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The researchers say this could be because the neurological conditions of the two disorders are similar and may be related.
According the study, the neurological similarities of the disorders may allow researchers to better understand how the two are connected and how to treat the condition, the researchers said.
The research was published in The Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders.