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A UdG thesis analyses the evolution of prenatal and postnatal cytogenetic diagnosis in the regions of Girona


In her thesis, the researcher Mercè Alsius takes into account this evolution in the period 1999–2009, and relates cytogenetic prenatal diagnosis to different types of screening, such as obstetric ultrasounds and prenatal screening for aneuploidy.

Alsius, an assistant in the ICS-Girona Clinical Laboratory, has written her thesis about prenatal chromosomal abnormalities that have a high impact on public health. One of every 120 newborns has a chromosomal abnormality and about half are phenotypically abnormal because of this anomaly.


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