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Iatrogenic autism

Iatrogenic autism Introduction</h5> Rising incidence of Autism in today’s society is rather alarming and when particularly it is induced iatrogenically. It is induced by feeding cow’s milk formula to our infant that increased extracellular osmolality and that injured developing brain cells of infants. The author is intended to elucidate physiologic changes that take place in the neuronal cells of the brain when infants were fed cow’s milk formula.</P>Text</h5> Human baby fed strictly breast milk alone has plasma osmolality of 284.3 mosm/kg [1] , on the other hand, babies fed cow’s milk formula, their plasma osmolality is 293.9 mosm/kg and those infants who fed solid foods as well as formula are 297.1 mosm [1] . Nelson’s textbook of Pediatrics report serum osmolality ranges 275 mosm/kg in child, 295 mosm/kg in adult [2] . Cells of the developing brain of the breast fed infant are equal in intracellular and extracellular osmolality at 284.3 mosm [1] , the cells of developing brain of formula fed infant have subjected significant increase of extracellular osmolality at 293.9 mosm/kg. These sudden increase of extracellular osmolality causes increased osmolality of intracellular environment of developing brain cells. Developing brain cells lose intracellular water by osmosis.</P>Discussion</h5> It appears that http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Medical Hypotheses Elsevier
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