The prenatal stage covers the period from fertilisation to birth.
Pregnancy is a stage of life filled with expectations and great hopes for the future, although doubts and uncertainties, which may become critical, can also arise.
Congenital defects are one of the leading causes of morbidity/mortality in modern developed societies such as ours. In addition, delayed motherhood increases the risk of some common congenital diseases such as Down’s syndrome.
Congenital defect prevention programmes play a key role in improving the health status of the population (WHO).
What is a congenital defect?
Congenital defects are abnormalities in morphological, structural, functional or molecular development that are present at birth, whether hereditary or not. Such abnormalities may appear after birth.
IMEGEN use the most accurate and up-to-date genetic analysis techniques. The optimal diagnostic efficacy is obtained by selecting the most appropriate technique for each clinical case.
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