Rett's Disorder Test
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Rett's Disorder is relatively rare and usually affects only females. The client beings to exhibit autism-like symptoms around around 6-18 months old.
Her mental and social development regresses - she no longer responds to her parents and avoids social contact. She stops talking; fidgets with her feet and wrings her hands.
DSM-IV definition on Rett's Disorder (299.80)
A. All of the following:
B. Onset of all of the following after the period of normal development:
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