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Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test

Original price was: 9,600 د.إ.Current price is: 7,200 د.إ.

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The “Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test” is a sophisticated diagnostic tool offered by DNA Labs UAE, designed to identify genetic mutations associated with congenital myopathies. These are a group of muscle disorders that are present from birth, causing muscle weakness and hypotonia (reduced muscle tone) among other symptoms. The test specifically targets genes known to be linked to various forms of congenital myopathies, enabling healthcare providers to make accurate diagnoses, understand the severity of the condition, and tailor treatment plans accordingly.

At a cost of 7200 AED, this comprehensive test is an investment in precision medicine, allowing for early intervention strategies and improved patient outcomes. By analyzing a patient’s DNA, the test can pinpoint specific genetic anomalies responsible for the myopathy, guiding decisions on management and care. Conducted in the state-of-the-art facilities of DNA Labs UAE, the Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test represents a significant step forward in the personalized treatment of congenital muscle disorders, offering hope and clarity to affected individuals and their families.

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Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test

Welcome to DNA Labs UAE, where we offer the Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test. This genetic test examines a group of genes associated with congenital myopathies, which are inherited muscle disorders present at birth or in early infancy.

Test Details

A congenital myopathy gene panel is a genetic test that examines a group of genes associated with congenital myopathies, a group of inherited muscle disorders that are present at birth or in early infancy. These disorders are caused by mutations in genes that affect muscle function and development. The gene panel test can identify specific mutations in these genes that can help diagnose the specific type of congenital myopathy a person has. This information can help guide treatment and management strategies for the disorder. The gene panel may include genes such as ACTA1, RYR1, TNNT1, NEB, and others that have been linked to various forms of congenital myopathies.

Test Name

Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test

Components

  • Sterile container
  • Sterile Normal Saline Container
  • EDTA Vacutainer

Price

AED 7200.0

Sample Condition

Amniotic fluid / Chorionic villi / Peripheral blood

Report Delivery

4-6 weeks

Method

Next Generation Sequencing (NGS)

Test Type

Genetics

Doctor

General Physician

Test Department

Pre Test Information

The Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test can be done with a doctor’s prescription. However, please note that the prescription is not applicable for surgery and pregnancy cases or people planning to travel abroad.

Test Name Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel Test
Components Sterile container/ Sterile Normal Saline Container/ EDTA Vacutainer
Price 7200.0 AED
Sample Condition Amniotic fluid\/ Chorionic villi\/ Peripheral blood
Report Delivery 4-6 weeks
Method NGS
Test type Genetics
Doctor General Physician
Test Department:
Pre Test Information Congenital Myopathy Gene Panel can be done with a Doctors prescription. Prescription is not applicable for surgery and pregnancy cases or people planing to travel abroad.
Test Details

A congenital myopathy gene panel is a genetic test that examines a group of genes associated with congenital myopathies, a group of inherited muscle disorders that are present at birth or in early infancy. These disorders are caused by mutations in genes that affect muscle function and development. The gene panel test can identify specific mutations in these genes that can help diagnose the specific type of congenital myopathy a person has. This information can help guide treatment and management strategies for the disorder. The gene panel may include genes such as ACTA1, RYR1, TNNT1, NEB, and others that have been linked to various forms of congenital myopathies.