Fanconi Anemia : Guidelines for Diagnosis and Management 28 Test 1 : Chromosome Breakage in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes

@inproceedings{Olson2015FanconiA,
  title={Fanconi Anemia : Guidelines for Diagnosis and Management 28 Test 1 : Chromosome Breakage in Peripheral Blood Lymphocytes},
  author={Susan Olson},
  year={2015}
}
Any physician who suspects that a patient may have Fanconi anemia (FA) should refer the patient to a hematologist and/or geneticist, who can arrange for diagnostic testing. The laboratory should be accredited and certified to perform FA testing for clinical care, and should have evaluated many patients with and without FA. Evaluating a large number of patients enables a laboratory to validate its FA testing procedures, and to establish ranges for normal and abnormal test results. The… CONTINUE READING

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