prenatal diagnosis


Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to prenatal diagnosis

any of the diagnostic procedures used to determine whether a fetus has a genetic abnormality

References in periodicals archive ?
NYSE: NVTA) has agreed to acquire modular diagnostics company Good Start Genetics and prenatal diagnosis and miscarriage analysis company CombiMatrix (NASDAQ: CBMX) to strengthen Invitae's position as a provider of genetic information throughout every stage of life, the company said.
Once mutation was characterised, chorionicvilus sampling was carried out to provide the retrospective first trimester prenatal diagnosis.
True positive rate of prenatal diagnosis of UCEA by means of CDUS was 85.
The Browns were fortunate that a perinatal hospice service which provided support to parents carrying to term following a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis existed in their community.
Keywords: cleft lip and palate, father's experiences, prenatal diagnosis, qualitative
4-5) The Cochrane Database has also recommended transabdominal CVS as the procedure of first choice before 15 weeks gestation for prenatal diagnosis.
In addition, the MaterniT GENOME test builds upon the industry leading microdeletion performance demonstrated with its MaterniT21 PLUS laboratory-developed test, which was recently highlighted in an article by Hume JH, et al, published in the peer-reviewed journal Prenatal Diagnosis.
In this feasibility study, the authors used fetal DNA from maternal plasma and parallel targeted deep sequencing for noninvasive prenatal diagnosis of DMD.
Prenatal diagnosis of two de novo 4q35-qter deletions characterized by array-CGH.
The nature of the fetal abnormality may influence the decision to proceed even when the viral load is not suppressed--if the abnormality is severe and will be associated with significant morbidity, exposing the fetus to a very small risk of HIV transmission at amniocentesis is outweighed by the benefit of a prenatal diagnosis.
The Results: The prenatal diagnosis of maternal cancer and treatment or lack of it wasn't found to affect cognitive, cardiac or general development through early childhood.
The introduction of prenatal diagnosis and genetic counseling for these families has opened avenues for planning prevention of births with thalassemia major.
Prenatal diagnosis based on identification of the characteristic ultrastructural changes on fetal skin biopsy has traditionally been performed at around 20 weeks' gestation with ultrasound-guided fetoscopy.
Prenatal diagnosis employs a variety of techniques to determine the health and condition of an unborn fetus or embryo.