Cell-Free DNA screening for genetic abnormalities

For expecting couples, prenatal screening for chromosomal abnormalities has changed dramatically in the last couple of years. Both in pregnancies considered low-risk and high risk for genetic abnormalities, women are commonly offered (under various brand names) cell-free DNA testing (cfDNA). While many people are familiar with amniocentesis, or even CVS, few are familiar with cfDNA screening tests. A non-invasive test Unlike procedures which entailed sampling amniotic fluid (amniocentesis) or placental tissue (CVS) to get information about the fetus’s chromosomes, cfDNA examines fetal cells from the placenta which are present in the mother’s blood. After 10 weeks of gestation, there are us

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