Childhood Disintegrative Disorder (CDD) refers to a disorder which is marked regression in multiple areas of functioning following a period of at least two years of apparently normal development. It is a condition occurring in 3-4 year old children characterised by deterioration over several months of intellectual, social, and communicative functioning from previously normal behaviour.

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