Alpha-fetoprotein Sentence Examples
Increased alpha-fetoprotein levels in blood.
The vast majority of A-T patients (more than 95 percent) have elevated levels of serum alpha-fetoprotein.
The vast majority of A-T patients (more than 95%) have elevated levels of serum alpha-fetoprotein.
Many cases are also detected by the testing of the mother's blood for the level of alpha-fetoprotein at about 16 weeks of pregnancy.
If the spine malformation is not skin covered, alpha-fetoprotein from the fetus's circulation may leak into the surrounding amniotic fluid, a small portion of which is absorbed into the mother's blood.Advertisement
One of the most common reasons for performing amniocentesis is an abnormal alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) test.
Alpha-fetoprotein is a protein produced by the fetus and present in the mother's blood.
The alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) test is a blood test that is performed during pregnancy to screen the fetus for certain conditions; it is also used to screen for certain diseases in infants and children.
Alpha-fetoprotein is a substance produced by the liver of a fetus, by tumors of the liver, by testes and ovaries, and by certain other diseases of the liver.
Alpha-fetoprotein is measured in nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) and is expressed as a probability.Advertisement
Prenatal diagnosis of neural tube defects causing anencephaly or meningomyelocele is possible through ultrasound examination and maternal blood testing for alpha-fetoprotein, which is almost always elevated.
At 14-17 weeks of pregnancy, measurements of a substance called AFP (alpha-fetoprotein) can be performed.