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A large study found that defects in two fingers in about 1 in 3,000 infants who had undergone CVS, compared to 1 in 54,000 infants not undergo CVS occurred. Another study describes a specific type of defect, the fingers only in infants who underwent CVS appeared occur ViagraUK.net . Other malformations of structures end arteries like the brain stem, the tongue, the spinal cord and intestines, as well as fingers and toes were also proposed.

More research is needed to determine if and how CVS leads to an increased risk of hemangiomas and other defects. Mutaz B. Director of Tampa Bay Craniofacial Center completed in Tampa, Florida, and Editor-in-Chief of JCS. ‘However, CVS is usually performed for the prenatal detection of serious genetic diseases such as Down syndrome in high-risk pregnancies. The advantages of knowledge of the test results could outweigh the possible risk of hemangiomas or other abnormalities. ‘.

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