Who should have a genetic evaluation?
- Intellectual disability
- Dysmorphic features
- Birth defects
- Known or suspected metabolic disorders
- Known or suspected chromosome disorder
- Short stature, blindness or deafness
- Family history of known or suspected genetic disorder
What is involved in a genetic evaluation?
- Confirming, diagnosing or ruling out a genetic condition
- Identifying medical management issues
- Calculating and communicating genetic risks
- Providing information regarding support
- Family history assessment
- Written communication with referring doctor(s) and family
- Periodic follow-up evaluations
Who Provides Genetics Consultations?
Our clinical geneticists and genetic counselor with referrals to other specialists as necessary.