Neural Tube Defect: Down Syndrome

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Neural tube defects and Down syndrome are both items that can develop in a baby before it is born. However, they are not related to one another even though some prenatal screening and diagnosis tests can look for both of these items.

Research also shows that when a family has a history of neural tube defects or Down syndrome, it doesn’t increase the baby’s chances of developing the opposite condition. However, there is a chance that a family history of neural tube defects will increase the chances of neural tube defects occurring in a pregnancy.

Neural-tube-defects-and-Down-syndrome-are-both-items-that-can-develop-in-a-baby-before-it-is-bornIt is also possible for a family history of Down syndrome to increase the chance that a Down syndrome baby will be born. The testing involved to find these types of conditions is something that can be conducted before the baby is born.

They are usually conducted through multiple steps of testing and allow for a percentage regarding whether the baby will have one of these defects. However, no test is 100% accurate and true diagnosis can’t be made until the baby is born. One reason that doctors suggest these types of test is so that they can be better prepared to treat the baby after it is born if it does have one of these conditions.

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