BAC chromosomal microarray for prenatal detection of chromosome anomalies in fetal ultrasound anomalies: an economic evaluation.

@article{Hillman2014BACCM,
  title={BAC chromosomal microarray for prenatal detection of chromosome anomalies in fetal ultrasound anomalies: an economic evaluation.},
  author={Sarah C. Hillman and Pelham M. Barton and Tracy E Roberts and Eamonn R Maher and Dominic McMullan and Mark D Kilby},
  journal={Fetal diagnosis and therapy},
  year={2014},
  volume={36 1},
  pages={
          49-58
        }
}
INTRODUCTION To determine the cost-effectiveness of prenatal chromosomal microarray (CMA) when performed for structural anomalies on fetal ultrasound scan over conventional techniques. METHOD A decision tree was populated using data from a prospective cohort of women undergoing testing when a fetal ultrasound scan showed a structural abnormality. Nine strategies of testing were modeled including combinations of the tests: QFPCR, G-band karyotyping, CMA and FISH for DiGeorge (22q… CONTINUE READING
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