Dysmorphology

Brain malformations UPDATED!
Craniosynostosis
Frazer Syndrome
Microcephaly
Noonan Spectrum Disorders/Rasopathies
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
Skeletal Ciliopathies
Skeletal Dysplasia
Smith-Lemli-Opitz Syndrome

Whole Exon Sequencing

Whole Genom Sequencing

Genetic Passport Dysmorphology embraces congenital abnormalities associated with tests. Abnormalities may include congenital malformations and dysplasias, often with delayed motor and cognitive development. Congenital malformations can vary from isolated, mild findings to severe congenital anomalies and/or maybe part of a particular syndrome.

As an accurate diagnosis of congenital malformations and associated syndromes is a key challenge, the identification of congenital abnormalities at the molecular level can ease the process significantly and provide information about the long-term prognosis.

Asper Dysmorphology gene panels are comprehensive, with a wide range of genes involving the utmost of different phenotypes and subtypes of disorders. We provide panels to detect genetic basis of craniofacial features, growth abnormalities, organ-specific diseases, as well as malformations with the involvement of various organ systems.

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