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navigator arrow on Genetic basic concepts
navigator arrow What are chromosomes
navigator arrow Our genes
navigator arrow on Mode of inheritance
navigator arrow Autosomal dominant
navigator arrow Autosomal recessive
navigator arrow X- linked
navigator arrow Mitochondrial
navigator arrow on Fertility and genetic
navigator arrow on The normal fertility - Genetic problems causing infertility
navigator arrow in females
navigator arrow in males
navigator arrow on Pregnancy loss and genetic anomalies
navigator arrow Miscarriages in the first trimester of pregnancy
navigator arrow Fetal death in a previous pregnancy
navigator arrow Therapeutic termination of pregnancy for fetal disorders
navigator arrow New techniques to overcome infertility - there risks to the fetus
navigator arrow on Planning a pregnancy
navigator arrow Genetic counseling
navigator arrow Reduce risk for fetal anomalies before the pregnancy
navigator arrow on Family history which increase risks
navigator arrow Down syndrome in the family
navigator arrow Consanguinity
navigator arrow Advanced maternal age
navigator arrow Advanced paternal age
navigator arrow on Screening tests for detection of carriers
navigator arrow In families with patients with known genetic disease
navigator arrow on In the general population
navigator arrow Tay sachs
navigator arrow Thalassemia
navigator arrow Cystic fibrosis
navigator arrow Fragile X
navigator arrow Canavan disease
navigator arrow Familial dysautonomia
navigator arrow Introduction to cystic fibrosis, Gaucher disease, Canavan disease, Familial dysautonomia, Bloom syndrome and Fanconi anemia
navigator arrow Gaucher disease
navigator arrow Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency
navigator arrow Ataxia telangiectasia
navigator arrow Glycogen storage disease (GSD)
navigator arrow Severe combined immune deficiency
navigator arrow on Medications and environmental factors affecting the fetus and causing anomalies
navigator arrow Medication and X-rays during pregnancy
navigator arrow on Maternal diseases affecting the fetal development
navigator arrow Diabetes mellitus
navigator arrow Hypertension
navigator arrow Systemic lupus (SLE)
navigator arrow Others
navigator arrow The risk of transmitting common diseases
navigator arrow Maternal diseases and their effect on the fetus
navigator arrow Intrauterine growth retardation
navigator arrow Multiple gestations
navigator arrow on Tests during the pregnancy
navigator arrow on Screening for chromosomal anomalies / Down syndrome:
navigator arrow on Maternal serum triple markes:
navigator arrow Meaning of results
navigator arrow Alpha fetoprotein blood biochemical screening test
navigator arrow A low estriol level in the mother's blood biochemical screening: Ichthyosis and other possibilities
navigator arrow High hCG levels
navigator arrow Nuchal translucency
navigator arrow Medical recommendation for amniocentesis
navigator arrow An infant with Down syndrome
navigator arrow Biochemical screening for the detection of Down syndrome
navigator arrow on Ultrasound findings:
navigator arrow on Soft signs
navigator arrow Failure to detect the Gallbladder on Ultrasonography
navigator arrow Small stomach or failure to detect the stomach on ultrasonography
navigator arrow Short femur
navigator arrow Unilateral renal agenesis (absence of one kidney)
navigator arrow Dilated renal pelvis
navigator arrow Macrocephaly/megalencephaly (increased head circumference)
navigator arrow Oligohydramnios (too little amniotic fluid)
navigator arrow Polyhydramnios (excess amniotic fluid)
navigator arrow Nuchal edema (thickened nape) and/or cystic hygroma
navigator arrow Nuchal cysts (cysts in the fetus' neck)
navigator arrow Echogenic bowel
navigator arrow Two blood vessels in the umbilicus (single umbilical artery)
navigator arrow Echogenic focus in the fetus's heart (golf ball)
navigator arrow Choroid plexus cyst
navigator arrow Micrognathia and pierre robin sequence
navigator arrow Any organ not demonstrated by ultrasound
navigator arrow Echogenic foci or calcifications in the umbilical cord, abdomen or stomach
navigator arrow Placental problems: cysts, hematoma (bleeding),partial placental separation, large/thick placenta
navigator arrow Failure to demonstrate the fifth middle phalanx
navigator arrow on Anomalies
navigator arrow Clubfoot
navigator arrow Bilateral renal agenesis or severe renal hypoplasia
navigator arrow Neural tube defects - NTD
navigator arrow Polydactyly (supernumerary digits)
navigator arrow Situs inversus
navigator arrow Syndactyly (fusion of digits)
navigator arrow Bilateral ventriculomegaly between 10 and 14 mm
navigator arrow Ventriculomegaly (unilateral or bilateral) in excess of 14 mm and/or progressive ventriculomegaly - hydrocephalus
navigator arrow Unilateral ventriculomegaly between 10 and 14 mm
navigator arrow Hypospadias
navigator arrow Defect in the closure of the abdominal wall Omphalocele and gastroschisis
navigator arrow Diaphragmatic hernia
navigator arrow Pleural effusion
navigator arrow Irregularities or defects in the structure of the vertebrae
navigator arrow Amniotic band syndrome
navigator arrow Sacrococcygeal teratoma
navigator arrow Multiple defects
navigator arrow on Intrauterine infection
navigator arrow Cytomegalovirus (CMV) and pregnancy
navigator arrow Intrauterine infections (TORCHS and others)
navigator arrow Others
navigator arrow on Invasive tests
navigator arrow Auxiliary invasive tests
navigator arrow Chorionic villus sampling (CVS)
navigator arrow Cordocentesis
navigator arrow Others
navigator arrow on Interpretation of the cytogenetic (chromosomal study of fetal cells (from amniotic fluid, etc…)
navigator arrow Chromosomal anomalies - general
navigator arrow on Specific chromosomal anomalies
navigator arrow Down syndrome
navigator arrow Trisomy 18
navigator arrow Trisomy 13
navigator arrow XXX (triple X) Syndrome
navigator arrow XYY syndrome
navigator arrow Trisomy 20 ( mosaic )
navigator arrow Reciprocal translocation
navigator arrow Robertsonian translocation
navigator arrow on Molecular tests
navigator arrow Preparation for birth
navigator arrow on Types of molecular tests
navigator arrow Testing the disease-causing gene for mutations that are common in a specific ethnic group - autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Testing the disease-causing gene for mutations that are common in a specific ethnic group - autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Testing the disease-causing gene for mutations that are common in a specific ethnic group – X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Finding the defect (mutation) by establishing the gene sequence – autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Finding the defect (mutation) by establishing the gene sequence – autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Finding the defect (mutation) by establishing the gene sequence – X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Screening test for identifying defects (mutations) using various methods such as SSCP – autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Screening test for identifying defects (mutations) using various methods such as SSCP – autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Screening test for identifying defects (mutations) using various methods such as SSCP – X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Screening tests for identifying gene products for establishing the existence of a disease (methods such as protein truncation) – autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Screening tests for identifying gene products for establishing the existence of a disease (methods such as protein truncation) – autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Screening tests for identifying gene products for establishing the existence of a disease (methods such as protein truncation) – X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients – when there is only one gene that can cause the disease – autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a single patient – when there is only one gene that can cause the disease – autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a one or more patients – when there is only one gene that can cause the disease – autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a one or more patients – when there is only one gene that can cause the disease – X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients – when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease – all genes having been located / identified / mapped – autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients – when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease – all genes having been located / identified / mapped – autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients – when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease – all genes having been located / identified / mapped – X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients - when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease - not all genes having been located / identified / mapped - autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients - when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease - not all genes having been located / identified / mapped - autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has a number of patients - when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease - not all genes having been located / identified / mapped - X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has one or several patients - when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease - the gene, or most of the genes not having been located / identified / mapped - autosomal dominant diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has one or several patients - when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease - the gene, or most of the genes not having been located / identified / mapped - autosomal recessive diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has one or several patients - when there are a number of genes that can each cause the disease - the gene, or most of the genes not having been located / identified / mapped - X-linked diseases
navigator arrow Indirect testing for genetic markers in a family that has one or several patients - when there are a number of different genes that can each cause the disease - the gene, or most of the genes not having been located / identified / mapped - multifactorial diseases
navigator arrow Limitations of molecular genetic tests
navigator arrow How is a molecular genetic test performed?
navigator arrow Biochemical enzymatic tests
navigator arrow Special cytogenetic tests
navigator arrow on The various genetic diseases
navigator arrow Familial deafness
navigator arrow Muscle diseases and muscular dystrophy
navigator arrow Limb girdle muscular dystrophy
navigator arrow Facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy (FSHD)
navigator arrow Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy (LGMD)
navigator arrow Inclusion body muscular dystrophy (HIBM)
navigator arrow Fragile X syndrome
navigator arrow Achondroplasia and hypochondroplasia
navigator arrow Polycystic kidney disease
navigator arrow Neurofibromatosis
navigator arrow Autism - Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD)
navigator arrow Cerebral palsy (CP)
navigator arrow Mental illnesses - psychiatric problems
navigator arrow Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
navigator arrow Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy
navigator arrow Congenital muscular dystrophy
navigator arrow Hemophilia
navigator arrow Albinism
navigator arrow Epilepsy - convulsions
navigator arrow Williams syndrome
navigator arrow Tourette syndrome
navigator arrow Rett syndrome
navigator arrow Creutzfeldt Jakob syndrome
navigator arrow G6PD deficiency
navigator arrow Hypothyroidism
navigator arrow Hyperthyroidism
navigator arrow Rubinstein Taybi syndrome
navigator arrow Muscle diseases arising from disorders in the muscle respiratory chain complexes
navigator arrow Charcot Marie Tooth - CMT or Hereditary Motor and Sensory Neuropathy
navigator arrow Usher syndrome
navigator arrow Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency
navigator arrow Ataxia telangiectasia
navigator arrow Infantile ceroid lipofuscinoses
navigator arrow Diastrophic dysplasia
navigator arrow Tuberous sclerosis
navigator arrow Myotonic dystrophy
navigator arrow Congenital diseases of the skeleton – general (previous name: “dwarfism”)
navigator arrow Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia (MED)
navigator arrow Spondylo-epiphyseal dysplasia (SED)
navigator arrow Osteogenesis imperfecta (defective mineralization of bone)
navigator arrow Severe skeletal disorders resulting in intrauterine death or death up to the age of a few weeks – lethal types of skeletal disease
navigator arrow Other metabolic disorders of bone – hypermineralization of the bone, etc.
navigator arrow Angelman syndrome and Prader Willi syndrome
navigator arrow Multiple sclerosis
navigator arrow on The common diseases affecting adults
navigator arrow Cancerous tumors in the immediate family
navigator arrow Breast cancer
navigator arrow Colon cancer
navigator arrow Others
navigator arrow The human genome project
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