Fertility - Infertility

Karyotype

The depiction of an individual’s entire chromosomal complement is called a karyotype and a normal karyotype consists of 46 chromosomes (23pairs).

Karyotype testing can help detect numerical and structural chromosomal abnormalities.

It is recommended in cases of repeated miscarriages and abortions (> 3), oligoasthenospermia, in repeated IVF failed attempts and if a fetus with a chromosomal anomaly is delivered.

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