A major pediatricians’ group is issuing new guidelines for physicians diagnosing intellectual and other developmental disabilities.
In a clinical report published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, the American Academy of Pediatrics updated its recommendations, which were first released in 2006.
Specifically, the new report emphasizes advances in genetic testing in recent years that can aid in providing a more precise diagnosis for children with various delays.
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