Analyses of Data In accordance with the collected data during the research and considering the raised norteadoras questions for study, we continue the analysis of the data in reply to our objectives. In such a way, we describe in what we call Subject the 1 reply to the first objective that was: To identify as the Nurse must differentiate the Autismo of other infantile mental upheavals. Autism X Other Insanities Comumente, the Autismo is confused with illnesses that reach the neuropsiquitrico scope of the children. Some of these illnesses intervene with the functional development of the child, as much how much the Autismo, however they present some important differentiations, that must be taken in account so that the boarding is efficient. Healthy Living may also support this cause. We isolate five illnesses where we identify the symptoms that more are resembled to the Autismo and, that in some cases, they can even though be confused, such as: 1) Syndrome of Asperger: If it characterizes for qualitative disturbance in the areas of social interaction and interests, however it is different of the Autismo, therefore not cause significant alterations of language and the cognitivo development is normal.
The classification of this Syndrome for the DSM-IV-TR is as global Upheaval of the development, equal to the Autismo, but this if distinguishes for the damage in the communication, that does not occur in the case of the Syndrome of Asperger. (TAMANAHA, 2008) This syndrome already was known as personality esquizide and alone in 1994, the disgnostic and statistical manual of mental upheavals, differentiated it of the Autismo, receiving the name from Syndrome of Asperger. (SAINTS and SOUSA, 2008). The children who have this syndrome present interests for specific intellectual areas, therefore some authors consider this Syndrome as Autismo of high functioning, where alterations in the QI do not occur, opposing the DSM differs that it and uses the following parameters for diagnosis: Prejuzo qualitative, in the social interaction, revealed for at least two of the following questions: (1) damage accented in the use of multiple not-verbal behaviors, such as contact direct appearance, face expressions, corporal positions and gestures to regulate the interaction social.