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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Historical And Current Nosological Situation Of Childhood Disintegrative Disorder [historico E Situacao Nosologica Atual Do Transtorno Desintegrativo Da Infancia]|
|Abstract:||Although the place of early childhood autism seems to be well established in the group of severe and pervasive childhood disorders (ICD-10, DSM-IV), the classification of late onset forms of autism (disintegrative disorders) remains controversial. They include necessarily a marked cognitive and social regression. A review of the conceptual history of disintegrative disorders is presented. It begins by Theodor Heller, which in 1908 published, for the first time, a report about six children, whose cognitive and social development was normal until the first three or four years of life and than developed a severe regression in behaviour and cognition. In the second part of this paper, a critical discussion of the present classification of childhood disintegrative disorder in ICD-10 and DSM-V is presented. It is noted that recent studies support that Heller syndrome should be included as an independent disorder, separated from early childhood autism.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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