partial aneuploidy

par·tial an·eu·ploi·d·y

a type of mosaicism in which some cells have a normal number of chromosomes and others an abnormal number.
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Currently, the most popular technique is CCS, which tests all 23 pairs of chromosomes using comparative genomic hybridization (CGH), CGH is a DNA-based method that can detect total or partial aneuploidy for all chromosomes.
In 206 SA cases, complete or partial aneuploidy was detected involving trisomy (85.
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