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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1 Demonstrates the SSP Score in children with autism. The total score mean was 135.9±18.76 (i.e in the range of definite sensory impairment). Those with “Definite difference” in sensory processing represented 63.3 % of the cases, 23.3% were having a “Probable difference”, and 13.3% had a “Typical performance”. As for the domains, the figure shows that Under responsiveness/Seeks Sensation was the domain with highest percentage of those with definite difference 40 cases (65%) followed by Auditory Filtering domain 28 cases (46.7%) and then Low Energy 24 cases (40%), Taste/smell sensitivity 20 cases (33.3%), Tactile Sensitivity 19 cases (31.7%), while Visual sensitivity was the domain with least cases showing definite difference 7 (11.7%).

Figure 1 Demonstrates the SSP Score in children with autism. The total score mean was 135.9±18.76 (i.e in the range of definite sensory impairment). Those with “Definite difference” in sensory processing represented 63.3 % of the cases, 23.3% were having a “Probable difference”, and 13.3% had a “Typical performance”. As for the domains, the figure shows that Under responsiveness/Seeks Sensation was the domain with highest percentage of those with definite difference 40 cases (65%) followed by Auditory Filtering domain 28 cases (46.7%) and then Low Energy 24 cases (40%), Taste/smell sensitivity 20 cases (33.3%), Tactile Sensitivity 19 cases (31.7%), while Visual sensitivity was the domain with least cases showing definite difference 7 (11.7%).