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Diagnostic tests for Swyer syndrome

Diagnostic tests for Swyer syndrome

The diagnosis of Swyer's syndrome is made through a detailed clinical evaluation together with the identification of phenotypic characteristics (amenorrhea, undeveloped and fibrous ovaries). In addition, a series of tests are performed including

  • Hormone analysis, which will show a decrease in anti-mullerian hormone and testosterone; while FSH and LH hormones will be elevated.
  • Karyotype.
  • Molecular analysis to determine the presence of mutations in the genes.
By (gynecologist), (embryologist) and (invitra staff).
Last Update: 01/20/2020
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