As of 2015, a clinician uses a variety of methods to evaluate whether an adult has Asperger's syndrome, according to the Asperger/Autism Network. To assess an individual's skill in communicating and his mental capabiliti... More »

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Adults who show a repetitive, limited pattern of activities and behaviors, along with a significant, chronic difficulty engaging socially with other people, are exhibiting symptoms of Asperger's disorder. The disorder be... More »

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An estimated 0.2 percent of the U.S. population is estimated to have some form of Asperger's syndrome based on surveys conducted by the National Institute of Child Health and Mental Development. This is the equivalent of... More »

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Typical symptoms of Asperger's syndrome in both adults and children include monotone speech, narrowed areas of interest and an uncoordinated gait. Asperger's syndrome is a lifelong condition, and while its symptoms tend ... More »

There are a number of treatment methods for adults with Asperger's syndrome, and patients can learn more by talking to their doctors, according to About.com. Some common treatment methods are cognitive therapy, vocationa... More »

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There is no single test for diagnosing ADD in adults, according to Helpguide. A doctor or mental health professional uses various tools such as a thorough medical exam to rule out other causes, a history of past and pres... More »

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The American Cancer Society recommends that all adults have a colonoscopy, a screen test for polyps and colorectal cancer, beginning at the age of 50, reports the Women's Medicine Collaborative. Women with rectal bleedin... More »

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