This website attempts to explain a genetic test called a Karyotype. This is a test my husband and I chose to have done to see if there were any answers that could be given as to why our son passed away. It is like a genetic panel. It is very scientific but offers answers and info on what the out come is of the test. Here is the link: http://learn.genetics.utah.edu/units/disorders/karyotype/ Hope this can help some of you.
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