How is spina bifida diagnosed in adults?
Your doctor will most likely check for spina bifida by first performing blood tests include maternal serum alpha-fetoprotein (MSAFP) test and test to confirm high AFP levels.
Many obstetricians rely on ultrasonography to screen for spina bifida. If blood tests indicate high AFP levels, your doctor will suggest an ultrasound exam to help determine why.
If a blood test shows high levels of AFP in your blood but the ultrasound is normal, your doctor may offer amniocentesis.
To learn more you should go to a medical professional.
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