logo

Video encyclopedia

Autistic enterocolitis

3:46

Diagnosing and Treating Enterocolitis in Children

3:18

Autistic Enterocolitis

1:58

Necrotizing Enterocolitis (NEC): Preventing and treating complications in the NICU

3:12

Newborn Screening Not Always Enough for Detecting Tyrosinemia Type 1

3:22

#e161 Preview: Treatment of Picky and Problem Eaters Using Food Chaining Therapy

Autistic enterocolitis is the name of a nonexistent medical condition proposed by discredited British gastroenterologist Andrew Wakefield when he suggested a link between a number of common clinical symptoms and signs which he contended were distinctive to autism. The existence of such an enterocolitis has been dismissed by experts as having "not been established". Wakefield's now-retracted and fraudulent report used inadequate controls and suppressed negative findings, and multiple attempts to replicate his results have been unsuccessful.
    Explore contextually related video stories in a new eye-catching way. Try Combster now!