Topographical overlap between functional, structural, and connectomic particularities in the autistic left-hemisphere (A) and regions of high variability (B) and sexual dimorphism (C) in the general population in a visual associative area (D). Patterns of this schematic representation were obtained by manual alignment, distortion and superimposition of the results from the different relevant studies presented in Figure 1. (A) Overlap between two (light blue) or more (dark blue) autistic particularities out of four studies reporting higher thickness , gyrification , functional activity , and connectivity  in autism (left panel in Figure 1). (B) Overlap between the autism-specific region defined in A and regions of high inter-individual variability in connectivity ( and Figure 1E). (C) Overlap between the autism-specific region defined in A and regions of higher connectivity in males ( and Figure 1F). (D) Overlap between the region defined in C and the visual associative regions (Brodmann Areas 18 and 19, Figure 1G).