Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is heterogeneous, possibly from psychiatric comorbidity, with prior research demonstrating abnormalities in brain morphology. However, little is known about how variations in neuromorphometry contribute to psychiatric comorbidity in adult ASD. This study’s aim was to examine neuromorphometric alterations in gray matter volume in adults with ASD and their impact on anxiety/depressive comorbidity.
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