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chro·mo·som·al

(krō'mō-sō'măl),
Pertaining to chromosomes.
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chro·mo·som·al

(krōmŏ-sōmăl)
Pertaining to chromosomes.
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chro·mo·som·al

(krōmŏ-sōmăl)
Pertaining to chromosomes.
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However, among the total respondents (n=363) 49 females were presented with the complaint of primary Amenorrhoea and 19 with the complaint of Bad Obstetrics History (BOH) for chromosomal analysis. However, all 68 females had normal karyotypes.
Parental Chromosomal Analysis. Subsequent chromosomal analysis of both parents was also completed to determine whether the two interstitial chromosomal gains were de novo in the fetus or from heritable duplication or translocation from a parent.
Chromosomal analysis showed a normal male karyotype.{Figure 1}
Patient's information regarding preoperative history, clinical examination, abdomino pelvic's ultrasound, pelvic magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), hormonal profile and chromosomal analysis was collected.
The origin of basophils in ABL has been shown by electron microscopy and chromosomal analysis by G banding thus far.
Chromosomal analysis performed using high-resolution G-banding technique was found to be 48,XXYY.
According to the 2009 2013 SANBS tariffs for blood chromosomal analysis, the total cost of these tests amounted to ZAR1 174 734.
Comparative chromosomal analysis and phylogeny in four Ctenomys species (Rodentia, Octodontidae).
The chromosomal analysis was performed to detect any chromosomal abnormality in chromosome no 2 or X chromosome as these two carry the genes for collagen type IV.