With indistinguishable endoscopic or histologic features, monogenic inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and polygenic IBD can be difficult to differentiate and accurately diagnosis via traditional methods.1 Despite having a similar presentation to polygenic IBD, however, monogenic IBD doesn’t typically respond to approved IBD therapies. This results in numerous children undergoing unnecessary invasive procedures and potentially harmful treatments.
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Our genetic IBD panel evaluates for variants in 51 genes with established associations to inherited illnesses that resemble IBD but do not respond to standard treatments. A team of experienced laboratory directors and genetic counselors familiar with the latest literature interpret test results and classify detected variants using American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics/Association for Molecular Pathology guidelines.
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