hyperserotonemia

hy·per·se·ro·to·ne·mi·a

(hī'pĕr-sēr'ō-tō-nē'mē-ă),
Unusually large amounts of serotonin in the circulating blood; probable cause of some of the symptoms and signs in the carcinoid syndrome.
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Hyperserotonemia has been observed in 25-40% of children and adolescents with autism (Aldred 2003, Kidd 2003).
Hyperserotonemia in Egyptian autistic children: Relation to allergic manifestations.
The issue of hyperserotonemia and platelet serotonin exposure: a preliminary study.