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Prenatal testing

Prenatal care (3rd trimester)

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Σε συνδυασμό με την κλινική εικόνα της εγκύου παρέχει πληροφορίες για τις τιμές πρωτεϊνών και σακχάρου στο αίμα, την πιθανή προεκλαμψία ή τη λοίμωξη με στρεπτόκοκκο της Ομάδας β.

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Prenatal testing

Prenatal care (1st trimester)

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Ο υπερηχογραφικός έλεγχος του εμβρύου (αυχενική διαφάνεια) σε συνδυασμό με τις βιοχημικές μετρήσεις (papp-a, β-hcg) ανιχνεύουν ποσοστιαία την πιθανή εμφάνιση χρωμοσωμικών ανωμαλιών (π.χ. σύνδρομο down).

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