Autism is a condition of a person from birth or during infancy, which makes him unable to form social relationships or have their own world. Autism is usually very difficult to detect when a child is still very early. However, Utah State University revealed, autism in children can be traced at an early age with MRI imaging.
Magnetic resonance imaging, or commonly known as MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) was originally called NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance). The focus of patients already diagnosed with autism, researchers used MRI to find parts of the brain can not communicate well. Researchers reveal that this is called hot spots, center for motor function, attention, face recognition and social behavior – the kind of abnormal behavior in people with autism.