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Chorionic Villus Sampling

chorionic villus sampling


Chorionic Villus Sampling is an invasive prenatal diagnostic test in which chorionic tissue is taken from the developing placenta under ultrasound control. The purpose of this procedure is to discover possible chromosomal, genetic or metabolic diseases of your baby before birth.


You will benefit from the chorionic villus sampling if the results of your previous screening tests of your current pregnancy indicate a possibly increased risk of chromosomal or genetic disease, or if you, the father of the child or your close relative has a chromosomal or genetic disease.


Chorionic villus sampling is usually done between the 12th and 14th. week of pregnancy.


Chorionic villus sampling. Dr Marek Šois



Getting an chorionic villus sampling result depends on the desired chromosomal or genetic disease analysis.


Invasive prenatal tests



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