Last updated: Tuesday, 30, November, 2010
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Maternal plasma human chorionic gonadotrophin, alpha fetoprotein, unconjugated oestriol ('triple test') to establish whether pregnancy is high risk.
Cytogenetics - chorionic villus sample or amniotic fluid for antenatal diagnosis in high risk pregnancies.
Cytogenetics - blood, on infant, to establish diagnosis and assist with counselling; cytogenetics - blood on parents if translocation present in patient.
Transient neonatal myeloproliferative disorder
Acute myeloid leukaemia
See Acute leukaemia.