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Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test

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The Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test is a diagnostic procedure performed to examine the chromosomes in a sample of blood cells. This test is crucial for identifying and evaluating chromosomal abnormalities that may be responsible for genetic disorders or diseases. During the analysis, chromosomes are stained and visualized under a microscope to assess their number, size, shape, and overall structure. This helps in detecting conditions such as Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, and other chromosomal rearrangements that can impact health and development.

At DNA Labs UAE, the Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test is available for a cost of 910 AED. DNA Labs UAE is known for its state-of-the-art facilities and experienced geneticists who ensure accurate and reliable results. The test is conducted in a controlled environment, following strict protocols to ensure the integrity of the sample and the accuracy of the findings. Whether for prenatal screening, diagnosing genetic disorders, or assessing risk factors, this test provides valuable insights into an individual’s chromosomal makeup, aiding in informed medical and personal decisions.

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Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test

At DNA Labs UAE, we offer the Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test for individuals seeking to identify any abnormalities or genetic disorders caused by changes in the structure or number of chromosomes. This test is commonly used in the field of genetic disorders and is performed by our experienced team of professionals.

Test Details

The Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test, also known as karyotyping, involves examining the chromosomes in a person’s cells. During the test, a sample of blood is taken from the individual and sent to our laboratory for analysis. The cells in the blood sample are cultured and allowed to grow before being stained to make the chromosomes visible under a microscope.

Our trained cytogeneticists then analyze the structure, size, and number of the chromosomes. Any abnormalities or variations are documented, and a karyotype is created, which provides a visual representation of the chromosomes arranged in pairs.

Symptoms and Diagnosis

The Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test can help identify various genetic disorders, including Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, and many others. It can also be used to determine the sex of an individual and identify any chromosomal abnormalities associated with infertility or recurrent miscarriages.

If you experience symptoms such as developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, or physical abnormalities, your doctor, whether a gynecologist or a pediatrician, may recommend the Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test to diagnose any underlying genetic disorders.

Test Cost and Sample Condition

The cost of the Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test is AED 910.0. To perform the test, a minimum of 3 mL and up to 5 mL of whole blood is required. The blood should be collected in 2 Green Top (Sodium Heparin) tubes and shipped refrigerated immediately. It is important not to freeze the specimen, and it must reach our laboratory in New Delhi within 24 hours.

Please ensure that you fill out the Chromosome & FISH Analysis Requisition form (Form 17) as it is mandatory for the test.

Report Delivery and Turnaround Time

After receiving your sample, we aim to deliver the test report within 16 working days. The report will be available daily by 4 pm.

Pre Test Information

Prior to taking the Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test, please make sure to complete the Chromosome & FISH Analysis Requisition form (Form 17) as it is mandatory for the test.

Conclusion

The Chromosome Analysis Karyotype Blood Test offered by DNA Labs UAE is a valuable diagnostic tool for identifying genetic disorders and providing important information for medical management and genetic counseling. If you suspect any abnormalities or genetic disorders, consult with your doctor to determine if this test is right for you.

Test Name CHROMOSOME ANALYSIS KARYOTYPE BLOOD Test
Components
Price 910.0 AED
Sample Condition 5 mL (3 mL min.) whole blood in 2 Green Top (Sodium Heparin) tubes. Ship refrigeratedimmediately. DO NOT FREEZE. Specimen must reach LPL, New Delhi within 24 hrs.Duly filledChromosome & FISH Analysis Requisition form (Form 17) is mandatory.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 4 pm; Report 16 Working days
Method Culture, Robotic Microscopy, Karyotype
Test type Genetic Disorders
Doctor Gynecologist, Pediatrician
Test Department: CYTOGENETICS
Pre Test Information Duly filledChromosome & FISH Analysis Requisition form (Form 17) is mandatory.
Test Details

Chromosome analysis, also known as karyotyping, is a blood test that examines the chromosomes in a person’s cells. It is used to identify any abnormalities or genetic disorders caused by changes in the structure or number of chromosomes.

During the test, a sample of blood is taken from the individual and sent to a laboratory for analysis. The cells in the blood sample are then cultured and allowed to grow, after which they are stained to make the chromosomes visible under a microscope.

The chromosomes are then examined by a trained cytogeneticist who analyzes their structure, size, and number. Any abnormalities or variations in the chromosomes are documented and a karyotype is created, which is a visual representation of the chromosomes arranged in pairs.

Karyotyping can detect various genetic disorders, such as Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, Klinefelter syndrome, and many others. It can also be used to determine the sex of an individual and identify any chromosomal abnormalities that may be associated with infertility or recurrent miscarriages.

Overall, chromosome analysis (karyotyping) is a valuable diagnostic tool that helps in identifying genetic disorders and providing important information for medical management and genetic counseling.