ADHD: A Common Challenge
ADHD, a widespread neurodevelopmental disorder, impacts millions of global youth, with symptoms like attention issues and impulsive behaviors. Early intervention is vital for effective management. Traditional ADHD diagnosis relies on subjective surveys and clinical assessments, leading to potential misdiagnosis. Researchers used AI to analyze brain scans from 1,700 adolescents, identifying distinct white matter differences in ADHD individuals. This objective method, based on diffusion-weighted imaging, shows promise for accurate and early ADHD diagnosis, addressing the limitations of current subjective tests.