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hans asperger . The image can be found at the Marburger Spezialambulanz für Autismus-Spektrum-Störungen, retrieved on 2007-08-01.

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The photograph is intended to represent a well known and significant person in the scientific discovery of aspergers. The use of the image is important because it is such a significant photograph, that a lack of the photograph would fail to put a face on the person who "discovered" aspergers syndrome. The image illustrates references made to it in several sections throughout the article. It should also be noted than very similar images to this one are on the internet in many sites which discuss the condition.

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current08:35, November 6, 2007Thumbnail for version as of 08:35, November 6, 200788 × 133 (3 KB)PhloxBot (Talk | contribs)hans asperger {{Non-free fair use in|Asperger syndrome|Autism}} The image can be found at the [ Marburger Spezialambulanz für Autismus-Spektrum-Störungen], retrieved on 2007-08-01. ==Cla

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