To Determine Chromosome Defects in women trying to become pregnant or causing Recurrent Pregnancy Loss (miscarriages).•
To determine the cause of a baby's Birth Defects for suspected congenital abnormalities.•
To Rule Out Chromosome Abnormality in Adults that might be passed on to a child.•
In couple undergoing Infertility treatment when either male or female shows signs of a genetic disorder.•
Karyotyping also may be done to determine whether chromosomal problems may have caused a fetus to be still born by analyzing product of conception.•
To identify the sex of a person by determining the presence of the Y chromosome.•
To determine the appropriate diagnosis of suspected cases of hematologic malignancies /blood cancer and plan treatment for leukaemia or other cancer due to acquired chromosome abnormality.