Visual deficiencies of genetic origin represent more than 60% of cases of blindness

What do you analyze?

Genome alterations that associated with defects in retina, vitreous, choroid , optic nerve and/or related syndromes.

What results are obtained?

Report includes all identified alterations, their clinical interpretation and their relation to visual deficiencies.

What advantages does it offer?

Prevention
Predict evolution
Avoid further deterioration and hypersensitivity to environmental factors
Prevent or mitigate syndromic manifestations

Diagnosis (Yield higher than 50%)
It analyzes more than 300 genes
It avoids unnecessary tests
Genetic counseling

Treatment
Make therapeutic decisions

Reproduction
Determine the risk of transmission to offspring
Allow prenatal diagnosis

What do you analyze?

Genome alterations that associated with defects in retina, vitreous, choroid , optic nerve and/or related syndromes.

What advantages does it offer?

Prevention
Predict evolution
Avoid further deterioration and hypersensitivity to environmental factors
Prevent or mitigate syndromic manifestations

Diagnosis (Yield higher than 50%)
Analyze more than 300 genes
It avoids unnecessary tests
Genetic counseling

Treatment
Make therapeutic decisions

Reproduction
Determine the risk of transmission to offspring
Allow prenatal diagnosis

What results are obtained?

Report includes identified alterations, their clinical interpretation and their relation to visual deficiencies.

How can I request OPHTHALMOgenics?

Ask your Ophthalmologist or fill the contact form you will find on this page.

What type of sample is needed?

Your doctor will send us blood, saliva and/or DNA sample.

How will I receive the results?

Your doctor and our genetics counselor will inform you about the implications of the results.

How can I request OPHTHALMOgenics?

Ask your Ophthalmologist or fill the contact form you will find on this page.

What type of sample is needed?

Your doctor will send us blood, saliva and/or DNA sample.

How will I receive the results?

Your doctor and our genetics counselor will inform you about the implications of the results.

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