Definitions

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  • activity support date (AF)
  • average standard deviation
  • actual ship date
  • atrial septal defect
  • autistic spectrum disorder

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Examples

  • Applicants with clinical and/or research training in ASD are preferred.

    Postdoctoral Program

  • Our doctors are among the most experienced in ASD closure.

    Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)

  • If the ASD is large, or won't close on its own, additional steps will be required.

    Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)

  • An ASD is one of the defects referred to as "a hole in the heart."

    Atrial Septal Defect (ASD)

  • Texture Progression: The Effects of Oral Sensory Defensiveness on Oral Motor Function in ASD

    Professional Resources

  • Individuals with autism and so-called ASD, however, exhibit variation along multiple, at least somewhat independent, dimensions, including: cognitive ability, extent of verbal activity, interest in social engagement, frequency and types of repetitive behavior, and areas of intense interest.

    Neil S. Greenspan: Conceptualizing Autism: "Cloud" vs. "Spectrum"

  • Among all children aged two to 17, according to respondents, one in 100 (100-per-10,000) currently have an ASD, which is considerably higher than the previously (CDC) estimated rate of 1-in-150, (or 66-per-10,000).

    David Kirby: Autism Rate Now at One Percent of All US Children?

  • In short this lead, after years of pushing, to his getting a statement of special educational needs ( the magic document you need to get help in the British system ) and latter to a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder (know as ASD – its a wide range).

    MMR - what do the Doctors and Politicans children have ?

  • JACKSON: I think my ASD was a blessing in disguise because it taught me to know the risk factors of heart disease and to stay away from them.

    CNN Transcript Mar 8, 2005

  • Not all psychiatrists agree that the stricter DSM-5 criteria should be relaxed, because they think that many people currently diagnosed with Asperger's or PDD-NOS do not in fact have autism and that the new definition of ASD should not include these people.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

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