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Pränatale Chromosomenuntersuchung: Ursache, Häufigkeit und Prävention von Fehlbestimmungen an verschiedenen Untersuchungsmaterialien

  • F. Binkert
Part of the Archives of Gynecology and Obstetrics book series (AGYO)

Zusammenfassung

Fehlbestimmungen bei pränatalen Chromosomenuntersuchungen sind selten, die Ursachen aber zahlreich. Diese können spezifisch auf die Amniozentese oder Chorionbiopsie beschränkt oder unabhängig vom Untersuchungsmaterial sein. Die Fehlerquellen und deren Häufigkeit werden im einzelnen diskutiert.

Summary

False diagnoses in prenatal chromosomal analysis are rare; but the causes are numerous. They can be specific for amniocentesis, chorionic villus samples or independent of the tissue. The sources of mistake and their frequencies are discussed in detail.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Binkert
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für Medizinische GenetikUniversitätZürichSchweiz

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