What tests are used to diagnose X&Y chromosome variations?
X&Y chromosome variations are identified by genetic testing, usually in the form of a chromosome analysis (also known as a karyotype). This test gives doctors a photo of all the chromosomes in a child’s body and is typically done using a blood sample.
Newer genetic tests, called chromosomal microarrays, can also identify individuals with X&Y chromosome variations.
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