Chromosomal Microarray Confirmation
FISH Confirmation, Parental Sample
Parental Analysis of Chromosomal Microarray Result
Array Analysis, Parental Sampl
Parent Analysis of CMA Result
FISH ANALYSIS, PRNTL SAMPLE
FISH Analysis, Prntl Shadow
Cytogenetics, FISH for CMA Abn
Aberrant CMA confirmation by FISH
Aberrant Chromosomal Microarray (CMA) Confirmation by FISH
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Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH)
FISH testing is intended to determine inheritance of an abnormal Chromosomal Microarray Analysis result on a child/proband (CMA testing available from the MMGL Molecular Genetics Laboratory). FISH analyses of peripheral blood samples from both parents of a patient with a CMA aberration are recommended to determine whether the abnormality occurred de novo or was inherited from a carrier parent. Identifying the origin of the aberration (de novo or parental) allows a better assessment of the probability that the aberration is pathogenic, promotes improved diagnosis of disease (or risk of disease), allows a more precise calculation of recurrence risk, and facilitates more accurate and appropriate counseling.
Interpretive report provided.
* Reference ranges may change over time. Please refer to the original patient report when evaluating results.
Please notify MLabs Client Services Center prior to sending specimen. Requests for this test will be accepted if the CMA test was performed for the child/proband at the University of Michigan MMGL Molecular Genetics Laboratory. Collect specimen in a green top (sodium heparin) tube. Invert the tube several times to prevent clotting. Send the specimen intact at room temperature within 24 hours of collection. DO NOT CENTRIFUGE. Clotted or hemolyzed specimens are unacceptable. Include the proband's CMA information specified, as follows: Proband name, U of M registration number, chromosome abnormality (deletion or duplication), size, band, beginning and ending nucleotide numbers.