Chromosomes in multiple miscarriages

Medical Definition of Chromosomes in multiple miscarriages

Chromosomes in multiple miscarriages: Chromosome abnormalities (such as deletions, additions, or translocations) that are responsible for causing miscarriages. A couple that has had more than one miscarriage has about a 5 percent chance that one member of the couple is carrying an irregular chromosome that is responsible for the miscarriages.


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Reviewed on 6/9/2016

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