A recent study found a hyper-expansion of brain surface in infants with autism. Study found with MRI that between 6 and 12 months in infants who are at risk for autism the brain surface goes through a hyper-expansion. John Ossipinsky explains how lymphatic vessels were found in the brain in 2015. The lymphatic system plays a large role in reabsorbing fluid and maintaining the brain.
Think of when someone has lymphatic nodes removed, they swell or get Lymphedema. When ever I see a part of the body enlarging, I immediately think of the lymphatic system. When the lymphatic system is congested and not able to work efficiently, to help reabsorb fluid and waste from the body, any part of the body or brain can enlarge. This buildup of fluid and cellular waste can interfere with how you or your child feels mentally and physically
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