PMID: 3317386Oct 1, 1987Paper

Fetal karyotype following ascertainment of fetal anomalies by ultrasound

Prenatal Diagnosis
C G PalmerJ M Friedman


Data pooled from contributors to a Registry for Cytogenetic Abnormalities and PKU (ReCAP) shows an unbalanced chromosome abnormality rate of 27 per cent (29 fetuses) for 107 fetuses with ultrasonically diagnosed fetal anomalies. Of the abnormal, 12 were trisomic, 6 were monosomy X and 6 were structural abnormalities, 4 were mosaics and one triploid.


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