Comparing genetic counselor's and patient's perceptions of needs in prenatal chromosomal microarray testing.

@article{Walser2015ComparingGC,
  title={Comparing genetic counselor's and patient's perceptions of needs in prenatal chromosomal microarray testing.},
  author={Sarah A. Walser and Katherine S. Kellom and Steven C. Palmer and Barbara A. Bernhardt},
  journal={Prenatal diagnosis},
  year={2015},
  volume={35 9},
  pages={870-8}
}
OBJECTIVE Chromosome microarray analysis is poised to take a significant place in the prenatal setting given its increased yield over standard karyotyping, but concerns regarding ethical and counseling challenges remain, especially associated with the risk of uncertain and incidental findings. Guidelines recommend patients receiving prenatal screening to undergo genetic counseling prior to testing, but little is known about women's specific pre-testing and post-testing informational needs, as… CONTINUE READING
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