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Table 3 Diagnostic yield of aCGH in the prenatal diagnostics of the fetuses with ultrasound anomalies and/or increased nuchal translucency. In order to present the more relevant diagnostic yield evaluation, we only included the studies, reporting on more than 100 cases

From: Clinical utility of array comparative genomic hybridisation in prenatal setting

First author Number of samples with US anomalies or increased NT Diagnostic yield (%)
Schaffer et al., 2012 [5] 2081 6.3%
Srebniak et al., 2016 [6] 957 6.0%
Wapner et al., 2012 [7] 755 6.0%
OUR STUDY 200 7,0%
Lee et al., 2012 [13] 180 11.1%
Yatsenko et al., 2013 [24] 162 5.0%
Armengol et al., 2012 [10] 159 5.7%
Rooryck et al., 2013 [25] 142 11.3%
Tyreman et al., 2009 [26] 106 6.7%
Ganesamoorthy et al, 2013 [27] 101 6,9%