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Table 1 Demographic and clinical data of patients with hf-ASD

From: Persistence of dysfunctional natural killer cells in adults with high-functioning autism spectrum disorders: stigma/consequence of unresolved early infectious events?

Characteristics ASD
Number 35
Mean age in years (range) 30 (18–56)
Ratio, male to female 27:8
Mean IQ value (range) 105 (70–146)
Communication Checklist for Adults scale (CCA)
 CCA-LS, (range, mean ± SD) (2–39), 11 ± 9
 CCA-PS, (range, mean ± SD) (1–50), 18 ± 11
 CCA-SE, (range, mean ± SD) (21–57), 37 ± 9
Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS)
 SAWR, (range, mean ± SD) (41–92), 60 ± 12
 SCOG, (range, mean ± SD) (41–95), 65 ± 12
 SCOM, (range, mean ± SD) (44–97), 68 ± 11
 SMOT, (range, mean ± SD) (44–91), 68 ± 12
 SRRB, (range, mean ± SD) (45–100), 69 ± 13
 SRS T score, (range, mean ± SD) (45–100), 68 ± 12
Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS)
 Social communication (range, mean ± SD) (3–21), 11 ± 5
 Language and communication (range, mean ± SD) (1–8), 4 ± 2
 Reciprocal social interactions (range, mean ± SD) (1–14), 7 ± 3
  1. IQ intelligence quotient, CCA-LS structural language, CCA-PS pragmatic behavior, CCA-SE social engagement, SAWR social awareness, SCOG social cognition, SCOM social communication, SMOT social motivation, SRRB restricted interests and repetitive behaviors, SRS T score SRS total score