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Fig. 7 | Journal of Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Fig. 7

From: Lesser suppression of response to bright visual stimuli and visual abnormality in children with autism spectrum disorder: a magnetoencephalographic study

Fig. 7

Attenuation of the response to the Dot noise image and abnormal visual sensitivity. a In the right SMG, the activation ratio of Dot noise/Original images between 180 and 380 ms was increased in the ASD group compared with the TD group (p < 0.05). This indicates that the attenuation of the response to the Dot noise image in the ASD group was weaker. b Correlation between the SP visual item score and activation ratio for the ASD group. The patients with ASD exhibiting more severe visual abnormalities showed greater activated intensities in response to the Dot noise image (p < 0.05). Supramarginal gyrus (SMG); autism spectrum disorder (ASD); typically developing (TD); Sensory Profile (SP)

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