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Child born with partial absence of corpus callosum. Have autistic characteristics. Pain in the legs and knees

My 7 yr. old grandson was diagnosed at birth with partial absence of corpus callosum. Some mild signs of high functioning autistic characteristics, he's been pretty much "normal". However, this week, he's complained of bone pain in his legs and knees to the point where he's sobbing and turning pale with pain. Is this a symptom of this disorder?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Apr 2013
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This may be grwoing pain, totally unrelated to this problem.Anyhow consult ur dr for detail examination. For autism better to go for occupation therapy..few autism may go for spontaneous remission
Answered: Sun, 2 Jun 2013
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