Pediatric neurologist Max Wiznitzer discusses use of EEGs to diagnose autism

EEGs may someday be able to diagnose autism

ABC News: A brain test could someday be used to diagnose autism in young children. But Max Wiznitzer, associate professor of pediatric neurology, said the EEG is more of a confirmatory tool because specialists usually make diagnoses. “I think the value is in the research and for monitoring how people are responding to treatments,” he said.