Fetal Abormalities

Fetal abnormalities involve genetic mutations and chromosomal abnormalities that are present before a baby is born. Often, it is important for new parents to test for fetal abnormalities before birth.

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Sabrina D. Craigo, MD

Sabrina D. Craigo, MD

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Title(s): Chief, Maternal-Fetal Medicine; Vice Chair, Obstetrics; Director, Fellowship Program; Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine
Department(s): Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine (High-Risk Pregnancy)
Appt. Phone: 617-636-4549
Fax #: 617-636-4202

Prenatal diagnosis, medical complications in pregnancy, cervical incompetence, multiple gestations

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Prospective Collection of Whole Blood Specimens From Pregnant Women at Any Risk of Fetal Chromosomal Anomaly for the Development of a Noninvasive Prenatal Test

The objective of this specimen collection protocol is to obtain whole blood specimens from women with viable pregnancies of at least 10 weeks pregnancy (at any 
risk for fetal chromosomal anomaly) for future testing with an investigational noninvasive prenatal test(s) (NIPTs).
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