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    Question Healthy Baby/High Risk Chrom Abn

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    Here's a tricky one. Prenatal testing shows baby is high risk for chromsome 18 abnormality. Baby comes to visit genticist - everything is normal. What is the dx?

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    This is not at all my area of expertise but do you think v71.89 would work?

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    Thanks - that is the one I was looking at but wasn't sure

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