Karyotyping DNA Test

Chromosomal Karyotyping Analysis DNA Test

Chromosomal Karyotyping Analysis DNA Test

The chromosomal Karyotyping test is a diagnostic test that uses microscopic imaging to examine the chromosomes of your cells. It can assist in determining whether you have or may be developing certain types of cancer, such as lymphoma, leukemia, and myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS).

Coverage

Cover all 23 bases pairs of chromosomes

25% Discount

Karyotyping Chromosome analysys Test cost 4000 Rs after discount

Results

Get Karyotyping Chromosome analysys Test results in 10 working days

Karyotyping DNA Test

Test typeGynecologist
Pre-test InformationPrescription is not applicable for surgery and pregnancy cases or people planning to travel abroad.
Report Delivery10 days
Components
Price₹ 4000

What is Karyotyping?

Chromosome analysis or karyotyping is a test that evaluates the number and structure of a person's chromosomes in order to detect abnormalities. A karyotype may be used to diagnose genetic diseases, some birth defects, such as Down syndrome, or leukaemia and lymphoma.
Karyotype tests take a close look at the chromosomes inside your cells to see if anything about them is unusual. They're often done during pregnancy to spot problems with the baby.
Most women get results that are within the normal range and don't need any further tests. But if any of your screening tests show signs of a problem, the doctor will offer you follow-up tests

Uses for Karyotype Tests

Down syndrome (trisomy 21). A baby has an extra, or third, chromosome 21. This affects how the baby looks and learns.
Edwards syndrome (trisomy 18). A baby has an extra 18th chromosome. These babies usually have many problems, and most don't live longer than a year.
Patau syndrome (trisomy 13). A baby has an extra 13th chromosome. These babies usually have heart problems and severe mental impairment. Most won't live more than a year.
Klinefelter syndrome. A boy baby has an extra X chromosome (XXY). They may go through puberty at a slower pace, and may not be able to have children.
Turner syndrome. A girl baby has a missing or damaged X chromosome. It causes heart problems, neck problems, and short height.

What is the cost of Karyotyping Test?

Karyotyping for Single costs 4000 Rs while couple costs 7600 Rs

What is the reporting time for Karyotyping Test?

Karyotyping takes 8-10 working days

What is being tested?

Chromosome analysis or karyotyping is a test that evaluates the number and structure of a person's chromosomes in order to detect abnormalities.
Chromosome analysis or karyotyping is a test that evaluates the number and structure of a person's chromosomes in order to detect abnormalities.
Chromosomes are thread-like structures within each cell nucleus and contain the body's genetic blueprint.

Karyotype Test Results

When the lab sends your results back, they've looked at your baby's chromosomes, so the results are definite: Either your baby has a genetic problem or they don't.
This is different from earlier screening tests, which could only say there's a high or low chance of a problem. Your doctor will discuss the test results with you.
Karyotyping DNA Test Costs 4000 Rs
A karyotype test uses blood or body fluids to analyze your chromosomes. Chromosomes are the parts of our cells that contain genes, which consist of DNA. You inherit genes from your parents. Genes determine your traits, such as your eye and skin colour.
For infertile couples, the test is usually done via a blood draw, from both the male and female partners. The blood samples are then processed in a lab.
Chromosome analysis may be ordered when a fetus is suspected of having a chromosomal abnormality when an infant has congenital abnormalities, when a woman experiences miscarriages or infertility, and when an adult shows signs of a genetic disorder.
Reports will take 8-10 working days
There are no significant risks with a blood test, but you might experience:

Light bleeding where the needle went into your vein.

Soreness on the inside of your arm.
Abnormal karyotype test results could mean that you or your baby have unusual chromosomes.
Chromosome analysis is frequently performed, but it is not indicated as a general screening test. The majority of people will never need to have one done.

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