Dr. Mark Micale practices Genetic Medicine in Toledo, OH. As a geneticist, Dr. Micale performs experiments and analyzes data to interpret the inheritance of different traits in patients. A geneticist evaluates, diagnoses, and manages patients? with hereditary conditions or congenital malformations, genetic risk calculations, and mutation analysis. Dr. Micale carries out studies, tests, and counsels patients with genetic diseases.
Education and Training
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Medical GeneticsAmerican Board of Medical GeneticsABMG
- Chromosome breakage hotspots and delineation of the critical region for the 9p-deletion syndrome.
- A multicenter investigation with D-FISH BCR/ABL1 probes.
- The impact of maternal serum screening programs for Down syndrome in southeast Michigan, 1988-2003.
- Mosaic variegated aneuploidy without microcephaly: implications for cytogenetic diagnosis.
- Preparation of amniocytes for interphase fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH).
- Composite biclonal marginal zone lymphoma of lung and chronic lymphocytic leukemia: pathologic, phenotypic, cytogenetic, and molecular study.
- Primary bone diffuse large B-cell lymphoma: clinicopathologic study of 21 cases and review of literature.
- Mutations in CEP57 cause mosaic variegated aneuploidy syndrome.
- Langerhans/dendritic cell sarcoma arising from hairy cell leukemia: a rare phenomenon.
- Velopharyngeal insufficiency, submucous cleft palate and a phonological disorder as the associated clinical features which led to the diagnosis of Jacobsen syndrome. Case report and review of the literature.
- 22q11.2 deletion detected by endoscopic observation of pharyngeal pulsations in a child with submucous cleft palate and persistent velopharyngeal insufficiency.
- Parental origin of De Novo chromosome 9 deletions in del(9p) syndrome.
- Cytogenetic and molecular genetic characterization of trisomy 20 mosaicism in fetal blood and tissues.
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