According to a study by the Korean American Association, the top 10 most commonly diagnosed autism cases in the country are all Korean.
According to the study, the 10 most common diagnoses are Asperger’s, Aspergers syndrome, Tourette’s, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
The 10 most frequent diagnoses are Dravet syndrome, Aspie, Aspies, Schizophrenia, Aspirin Dependence Disorder, Autism, and Attention Deficits Hyperactivity Disorders.
The top 10 countries with the most diagnosed autism in Korea are China, France, Italy, Germany, South Korea, United Kingdom, and Taiwan.
The 10 countries that have the highest rates of ASD in Korea is Taiwan, with an estimated 9.7 cases per 100,000 population.
China has the most reported cases of autism in the world at 6,300.
The researchers believe that there is an increased incidence of autism among Korean children, who are less likely to be exposed to autism-related media, who also have a lower education level, and who have higher rates of other forms of mental illness.
According the report, Chinese children have the lowest rates of autism spectrum disorders, and the lowest autism prevalence in the Asian countries.
Chinese children also have lower rates of ADHD, Asociacion Nacional de Dementia y Neuro-Psychosocial y Autologia y Traumatología y Emotional en Español, a report by the Center for Neurotoxins and Behavioral Disorders in Madrid.
The study also found that Asian children have lower autism prevalence than Caucasians.
The study found that the most common symptoms of autism include repetitive behaviors, language impairment, difficulty with social interactions, and anxiety and depression.
The most common cause of autism, according to the researchers, is exposure to a wide range of stimuli that mimic the symptoms of ASD.
According, the researchers have identified six potential factors that could explain the difference in the prevalence of ASD and autism spectrum disorder.
These include:The research team also examined the correlation between the rate of autism and the number of children living with ASD.
The highest prevalence of autism was found among children living in households with one or more parents with an educational attainment of at least B.A. or higher, the study found.
The prevalence of autistic children was highest among children aged 3-12 years old.