Medical Genetics Clinic Updated: 05 November 2019

Medical Genetics Clinic

Medical Genetic Polyclinic serves at General Hospitals Block (MH1) Floor -1 (B1) every weekday during working hours.In the Medical Genetic Outpatient Clinic, clinical diagnosis and follow-up services are provided by evaluating patients with any suspected genetic disease.In addition, genetic counseling is provided in our outpatient clinic.Who applies to the Genetics Polyclinic?- Patients of any age with congenital multiple anomalies- Failure of in vitro fertilization and infertility- Those with a history of miscarriage of unknown origin more than two- Advanced maternal age and pregnancy ( >35 of age)- High risk in double and triple test during pregnancy- Detection of anomaly in baby in USG performed during pregnancy- Pre-consanguineous marriage counseling- Hereditary disease in the family- Genetic disease history in first baby- Familial cancer history- Mediterranean anemia- Familial Mediterranean Fire- Cystic fibrosis- Patients diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)- Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (DMD)- Patients with a history of spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)- Gender development disorders- Muscle diseases- Mental retardation, growth and developmental retardation- Diagnosis and follow-up of children with short stature or multiple organ anomalies- People with hereditary hearing and vision problems.