Antisocial behaviors may have an early onset, identifiable as soon as age four, or late onset, manifesting in middle or late adolescence.
Symptoms of tuberous sclerosis may be identifiable at birth or may develop over time.
Autopsy. The autopsy, usually performed by a medical examiner or coroner, focuses on finding any identifiable cause of death.
Another identifiable cause of prematurity is drug abuse (e.g. cocaine) by the mother.
Because there is no identifiable cause, there is no way to prevent this condition.