Karen Sheath

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BACKGROUND Hydatidiform moles occur in approximately 1 in 1,500 pregnancies; however, early miscarriages or spontaneous abortions may not be correctly identified as molar pregnancies due to poor differentiation of chorionic villi. METHODS The current clinical testing algorithm used for the detection of hydatidiform moles uses a combination of(More)
The use of Microarray (array CGH) analysis has become a widely accepted front-line test replacing G banded chromosome studies for patients with an unexplained phenotype. We detail our findings of over 5300 cases. Of 5369 pre and postnatal samples, copy number variants (CNVs) were detected in 28.3 %, of which ~40 % were deletions and ~60 % were duplications.(More)
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