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Chromosome Array Test Overview
Chromosomal Array, Comparative genomic hybridization (CGH) is a genetic test which is be done on foetal tissue i.e., products of conception (POC) to identify genetic causes of foetal death and determining chances of recurrence in future pregnancy
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The cost of Chromosome Array Test in India varies as per the city in India.
The average price of Chromosome Array Test ranges from ₹200 to ₹16000.
The price for the test in the following cities is:
- Chennai: ₹16,000
- Delhi: ₹16,000
- Mumbai: ₹16,000
- Pune: ₹16,000
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Frequently Asked Questions
Provide in depth analysis and root causes of multiple recurrent abortions, pregnancy losses
This technique is not limited by tissue culture failure which affects traditional techniques like karyotyping
CGH detects chromosomal aneuploidy, large chromosomal change, sub microscopic abnormalities, copy number variation (CNV)
Your doctor will guide you on sample collection.
For gestation up to 12 weeks: 50-100mg placental villi (fetal side) in 20ml normal saline with 2-3 drops of gentamycin in a sterile container.
For gestation up to 12-18 weeks: a) 50-100mg placental villi (fetal side) in 20ml normal saline with 2-3 drops of gentamycin in a sterile container. b) and or fetal Muscle tissue preferably
medial aspect of thigh muscle or a fetal toe in sterile container.
For gestation up to IUFD >20 weeks: fetal Muscle tissue preferably medial aspect of thigh muscle or a fetal toe in sterile container. if possible in 20ml normal saline with 2-3 drops of gentamycin.
Samples should be refrigerated at 2-8 ?C but not frozen. Maternal blood sample in EDTA is mandatory
CGH can detect aneuploidies like Trisomy's, large deletions & copy number variants. Patients must consult their doctor/ genetic counsellor to understand the significance of the reported findings.
This technique will not detect balanced chromosome rearrangements (which do not result in deletion or duplication of genetic material) and low level mosaicism
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