Fetoskopische Blutentnahmen zur pränatalen Diagnostik von Hämoglobinopathien

  • A. Antsaklis

Zusammenfassung

Die pränatale Diagnose verschiedener angeborener Anomalien und Erbkrankheiten mit evtl. nachfolgendem Schwangerschaftsabbruch bei schweren, unheilbaren fetalen Erkrankungen hat sich während der letzten 2 Jahrzehnte allgemein etabliert. Insbesondere die Amniozentese im 2. Schwangerschaftstrimenon als die wichtigste und am weitesten akzeptierte Technik der vorgeburtlichen Diagnostik hat sich als relativ sicher und diagnostisch verläßlich herausgestellt.

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