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Childhood disintegrative disorder

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  1. has some similarity to autism, and is sometimes considered a low-functioning form of it, but an apparent period of fairly normal development is often noted before a regression in skills or a series of regressions in skills

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  2. a rare condition that causes late-onset developmental delays

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  3. >3 years of age

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  4. is a rare condition characterized by late onset of developmental delays in language, social function, and motor skills

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  5. Researchers have not been successful in finding a cause for the disorder

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