Pediatric and Developmental Delay Microarray and Chromosome Analysis

Who is this test for?

This test is for any individual who has any unexplained developmental delays or intellectual disabilities. This test can be done on children as well as adults, and anyone who wants a better picture of any disorders and how they may affect you and your family.

Process and Results
Chromosome Analysis

This test is performed by taking a routine blood draw (7-10mL) from the individual.

Results available within 3 to 10 days, after prior authorization.

Microarray Panel

This test is performed using non-invasive sampling using a buccal swab (cheek swab).

Results available within 7 to 14 days, after prior authorization.

Results will be available on our online portal, please ask your provider for details.

Genesys Diagnostics offers Genetic Counseling to review results with a specialist and discuss any clinically significant results. We will facilitate a meeting between the counselor and patient/provider to discuss results.

*Get answers for your child's or family member's developmental delays with our comprehensive microarray testing and chromosomal analysis.

*Our chromosome analysis is essential for determining possible causes of infertility, stillbirth, and multiple spontaneous abortions.

*The developmental delay microarray panel offers a follow-up test for individuals with an unexplained developmental delay or intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, or congenital anomalies.

*With our advanced technology, we can detect chromosomal abnormalities and genetic variations that may be contributing to developmental delays, giving you a clearer understanding of your family member's condition.

*Genesys Diagnostics is here to help guide you through the testing process and help your healthcare provider make informed decisions about your family's care. Don't wait for answers - take proactive steps towards understanding these developmental delays with our trusted and reliable genetic testing. Get tested today and pave the way for better care and support..

The answers you've been looking for could be in your genes