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Chromosomal Array - Peripheral Blood: High Density 750K

Chromosomal Array - Peripheral Blood: High Density 750K

The Chromosomal Array - Peripheral Blood: High Density 750K is a sophisticated genetic test. It provides an even more detailed look at an individual's genetic makeup by analyzing over 750,000 unique genetic markers. This comprehensive examination helps identify minor chromosomal imbalances that could contribute to various health concerns, including intellectual disabilities, developmental delays, and physical abnormalities.

  • Test NameChromosomal Array - Peripheral Blood: High Density 750K
  • Sample TypeBlood
  • Preparations RequiredNo specific preparation, such as fasting, is needed for this test.
  • Report Time12 days

What is a Chromosomal Array - Peripheral Blood: High Density 750K test?

This is a genetic test that analyzes over 750,000 genetic markers in a blood sample. It can identify minor chromosomal imbalances which could be associated with various genetic disorders.

Why would I need a High Density 750K Chromosomal Array test?

This test is often recommended for individuals with developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, physical abnormalities, or unexplained miscarriages that cannot be diagnosed through conventional genetic tests.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Your doctor will draw a blood sample from a vein in your arm, which will then be sent to a laboratory. The lab will then use specialized techniques to analyze the sample for chromosomal imbalances.

Your doctor may recommend this test if you or your child exhibits symptoms suggesting a genetic disorder, such as developmental delays, intellectual disability, or unusual physical features. It may also be used in cases of unexplained recurrent miscarriages.

The results can detect minor imbalances in the chromosomes. An abnormal result might indicate the presence of a genetic disorder, but interpretation of the results is complex and requires the expertise of a genetic specialist.

The risks are mainly associated with the blood draw, which may cause slight discomfort, bruising, or bleeding at the injection site.

No specific preparation, such as fasting, is needed for this test.

No, the results of a chromosomal array test are not typically influenced by lifestyle or environmental factors.

In the event of abnormal results, you should consult a genetic counselor or a medical geneticist. These specialists can help interpret the test results and discuss the potential implications for you and your family.

The specific treatment will depend on the genetic disorder identified by the test. It may range from medical interventions to supportive care, such as speech therapy, physical therapy, or educational support.

No, fasting is not required for this test.

A normal result indicates that there are no significant chromosomal imbalances detected.

This test is usually a one-time procedure ordered based on specific clinical indications.

There are no specific precautions necessary after the test.

The test involves a blood draw, which can cause mild discomfort but is generally not considered painful.

Results are typically available within 1-2 weeks.

The Chromosomal Array - Peripheral Blood: High Density 750K test offers a comprehensive analysis of an individual's genetic makeup. By identifying minor chromosomal imbalances, the test can provide valuable insights into the causes of unexplained symptoms or conditions, potentially guiding treatment strategies and informing family planning decisions. As with any medical procedure, it's crucial to discuss any concerns or questions with your doctor.

Chromosomal Array - Peripheral blood.High Density 750K
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