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Autism is one of the common diseases in the modern life, which has spread recently, and in which newborns are vulnerable to it, and the main causes of this disease have not been identified, and the researchers formulated the research problem in the form of a question, which is: Does the lack of thyroid hormones have a relationship with autism, and the study aimed to identify the relationship between the lack of thyroid hormones and autism, as well as to identify autism in both sexes, males and females, the researchers chose the descriptive approach in the style of a comparative study, as for a sample The research included (48) children with autism at a rate of (6) males and (6) females, i.e. (44.44%) of the research community, whose number, according to the statistics of the Maisan Health Directorate, is (108) with autism, The researchers concluded that the lower the proportion of hormones T3 and T4, the greater the severity of autism, and the increase in TSH is related to autism, and that hormones have a significant impact on autism, and there is no difference between males and females in symptoms, and the researchers recommend paying attention to nutrition leading to the completion or assistance of the work of hormones such as nuts, eggs, dairy, chicken and fish, as they are food sources that help regulate thyroid hormones.


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Saadon, A. M. (2024). A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SOME THYROID HORMONES FOR AUTISM PATIENTS PRE-PUBERTY. Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 5(1), 260-267.


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