Dr. David B. Flannery MD
Geneticist | Clinical Genetics (M.D.)1120 15th St Augusta GA, 30912
Dr. David Flannery practices Genetic Medicine in Augusta, GA. As a geneticist, Dr. Flannery 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. Flannery carries out studies, tests, and counsels patients with genetic diseases.
Education and Training
Emory University School Of Medicine 1976
Medical GeneticsAmerican Board of Medical GeneticsABMG
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
- Packed red cell transfusion does not compromise chromosome analysis in newborns.
- Unusual mosaic karyotype resulting from adjacent 1 segregation of t(11;22): importance of performing skin fibroblast karyotype in patients with unexplained multiple congenital anomalies.
- Fine mapping of breakpoints in two unrelated patients with rare overlapping interstitial deletions of 9q with mild dysmorphic features.
- Frontofacionasal dysplasia.
- Transient infantile osteopetrosis.
- Complete monosomy 21 confirmed by FISH and array-CGH.
- Pigmentary dysplasias, hypomelanosis of Ito, and genetic mosaicism.
- Tests appropriate for the prenatal diagnosis of ataxia telangiectasia.
- Association of pigmentary anomalies with chromosomal and genetic mosaicism and chimerism.
- Does isotretinoin cause limb reduction defects?
- The possible role of homeotic genes in the causation of malformations in monozygotic twins.
- Syndrome of imperforate oropharynx with costovertebral and auricular anomalies.
- 3-M syndrome.
- Nondisjunction in Down syndrome.
- Joubert syndrome: early diagnosis by recognition of the behavioral phenotype and confirmation by cranial sonography.
- Verification of the fetal valproate syndrome phenotype.
- Johanson-Blizzard syndrome and hypopituitarism.
- Ring chromosome 5.
- Neural tube defects in trisomy 18.
- Craniofrontonasal dysplasia: clinical and genetic analysis.
- Association of low blood manganese concentrations with epilepsy.
- Dermatoglyphics in Börjeson-Forssman-Lehmann syndrome.
- Amino acids in amniotic fluid in the second trimester of gestation.
- Pseudomonas sacroiliac osteomyelitis: diagnosis by gallium citrate Ga 67 scan.
- Glycine/serine ratios in amniotic fluid: an unreliable indicator for the prenatal diagnosis of nonketotic hyperglycinemia.
- Short rib-polydactyly syndrome type II (Majewski syndrome): a case report.
- Nonketotic hyperglycinemia in two retarded adults: a mild form of infantile nonketotic hyperglycinemia.
- Dietary management of phenylketonuria from birth using a phenylalanine-free product.
- Current status of hyperammonemic syndromes.
- Follow-up of a survivor of intrauterine lightning exposure.
- Parent's knowledge about acetaminophen.
- Prenatal diagnosis of a trisomy 17p derived from a de novo non-mosaic satellited marker.
- Univ Of Va Med Ctr, Pediatrics; Grady Mem Hosp, Pediatrics
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