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Cystic fibrosis information sheet  
Abstract: This handout explains the genetic disorder cystic fibrosis, the chances of being a carrier,and reasons to be or not to be tested. This information is also included in the birth booklet, "Pregnancy and Giving Birth," document #UH2334, available through Materials Management (
Author: Prenatal Diagnosis Clinic
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2003
Revised Date: 2/2009
Expanded carrier testing: A genetic test for hereditary diseases  
Abstract: This handout gives information to help prospective parents decide if they want to have a test to see if they are a carrier of a genetic disease.
Author: Prenatal Diagnosis Clinic
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2012
Revised Date: 7/2015
Integrated screen: A guide to prenatal testing  
Abstract: This handout provides information for women to help them decide if they want to have an integrated screen test, which will show the chance that their baby has Down syndrome, trisomy 18, or spina bifida. Included are risks, benefits, and what a "positive" or "negative" result means.
Author: Prenatal Diagnosis Clinic
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2009
Revised Date: 2/2009
MRI: Fetal scan: How to prepare and what to expect  
Abstract: This handout explains how magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is done to take pictures of a fetus. It includes how to prepare for the scan, how it is done, what to expect, and how to get the test results.
Author: Radiology/Imaging Services
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2015
Revised Date: 3/2015
Prenatal Diagnosis Program  
Abstract: This brochure describes services provided by the Prenatal Diagnosis Program at UWMC. Those services include genetic counseling, prenatal screening, and diagnostic testing. Included are possible reasons for referral to the clinic, as well as a map and contact information.
Author: University of Washington Medical Center
Publisher/Date: University of Washington Medical Center, 2000
Revised Date: 4/2013

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