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CVS Test During Pregnancy Linked to Infantile Hemangiomas
Reuters reports that women who had CVS testing done during pregnancy may have a higher risk of having a baby born with an infantile hemangioma.

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Is CVS more likely than amniocentesis to cause a miscarriage?
Yes it is, but only slightly. Sadly, about two in every 100 women experience a miscarriage as a direct result of CVS (RCOG 2006).

Q&A: CVS vs. amniocentesis?
I had both. It really depends on the timing and what you exactly want to find out. a CVS can be done at 12 weeks where an Amnio is done approx at 16 weeks. I had a high risk of DS and so I had the CVS.

CVS is an outpatient procedure performed by a specially trained doctor.

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My doctor has not even mentioned CVS to me but I have been reading about it and it appears to me to be a more logical choice than amnio. ...

CVS (chorionic villus sampling)
When? Between 11-14 weeks.
Why? This diagnostic test looks for conditions including Down's, sickle cell and thalassaemia.

A CVS is done at around 11 weeks. A needle is passed through the uterine wall into the placenta and a small sample of the placenta removed.

CVS (chorionic villus sampling)
The CVS test is used to detect defects associated with chromosomes (Down's syndrome) or genes (including sickle-cell disease, thalassaemia, haemophilia, cystic fibrosis, and muscular dystrophy) and is offered to ...

CVS (chorionic villus sampling) -- a test where a small bit of the chorion surrounding the baby is sampled with a tube going up through the cervix. Testing this can reveal genetic problems with the baby and tell its sex.

How is CVS performed?
CVS may be offered to women who are at increased risk for chromosomal abnormalities or have a family history of a genetic defect that is testable from the placental tissue.

CVS is a diagnostic test usually performed at 10 to 12 weeks of pregnancy for women who have had an abnormal screening test. In comparison, amniocentesis is usually performed at 15 to 18 weeks.

CVS is different from another prenatal test called amniocentesis (also called amnio). Amnio is performed a little later in pregnancy. Talk to your provider about having CVS, amnio or other prenatal tests.

CVS has the disadvantage of being an invasive procedure, and it has a small but significant rate of morbidity for the fetus; this loss rate is about 0.5 to 1% higher than for women undergoing amniocentesis.

CVS can help identify such chromosomal problems as Down syndrome or other genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis, Tay-Sachs disease, and sickle cell anemia. CVS is considered to be 98% accurate in the diagnosis of chromosomal defects.

CVS and amniocentesis are, at present the only tests available which can make a definite diagnosis of disabling conditions in babies whilst they are still in the womb.
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CVS (see-vee-ESS) - See chorionic villus sampling.
cystic fibrosis(SIS-tik fye-BROH-siss) - Also called CF. A disease that parents can pass on to their children. It affects breathing and digestion.

CVS if needed (11-12 weeks)
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CVS takes a sample of cells from the placenta, to look at the foetus' DNA. It is offered between weeks 10 and 13 and can detect: ...

CVS may be suggested for couples at higher risk for genetic disorders. It also provides DNA for paternity testing.
A needle removes a small sample of cells from the placenta to be tested.
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CVS -- see Chorionic Villus Sampling
Cyst -- A fluid-filled structure.
Doppler -- In ultrasound, a technique used to detect and evaluate moving structures. It is usually applied to the evaluation of blood flowing in vessels.

CVS increases the risks of fetal loss by about 1.2 percent over the risk without the procedure. There have been concerns about the procedure itself causing malformations of legs and arms. This risk seems to be about 0.

CVS - Chorionic Villae Sampling
An alternative to amniocentesis that can be done earlier in the pregnancy. It is a biopsy of the placenta that is used to check for genetic abnormalities in the fetus.
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How does CVS works?
A doctor will take a tiny piece of tissue from your placenta via a needle inserted into your tummy. There is a very small risk of miscarriage associated with this test, estimated at 1-2 percent.

CVS (Chorionic villus sampling) is one test that detects chromosome and other genetic abnormalities, usually between the 9th and 14th weeks of pregnancy. Learn more about prenatal screening and diagnostic testing.

W our bubs we had a CVS 2 confirm the markers that were found @ the nuchal scan. W the 2nd we didn't as the nuchal fold was 22 n they were goin in 2 heart failure.

Chorionic Villous Sampling (CVS)--this technigue uses a needle through the cervix (a vaginal approach) to biopsy some chorionic tissue (placental tissue).

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Choironic villus sampling (CVS) - A test done at 11-13 weeks of pregnancy to determine if the fetus has normal chromosomes.

Chorionic villus sampling (CVS) - this test may be performed between 10 and 12 weeks to test for genetic / chromosomal abnormalities such as Down's syndrome, sickle-cell anaemia, thalassaemia, cystic fibrosis, Huntingdon's chorea, ...

See also: See also: Pregnancy, Pregnant, Amnio, Ultrasound, Amniocentesis

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