DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0713.2.80.2016.74023

Staged Treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Associated with a Genetic Deficiency of Folate Cycle

D.V. Maltsev

Abstract


The article considers the staged treatment of children with autism spectrum disorders, associated with a genetic deficiency of folate cycle, in the light of new discoveries in the pathogenesis of the disease. It is proposed to divide the recommended therapeutic interventions into 3 consecutive stages: antimicrobial/antiviral treatment, immunotherapy using i/v immunoglobulin, neurorehabilitation with innovative medications and interdisciplinary non-pharmacological aid. A special form of autism spectrum disorders, associated with genetic deficiency of folate cycle, unlike other genetic forms of autism, is a potentially curable disease, and staged stratification of therapeutic approaches helps to achieve great success in overcoming disabling mental disorders, that previously represented incurable.


Keywords


autism spectrum disorders; staged treatment; immunoglobulin therapy; cerebrocurin; deltalicin; inflamafertin

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