Prenatal Diagnosis

Prenatal Diagnosis is the official journal of ISPD. Published online 13 times per year, this peer-reviewed publication communicates the results of clinical and basic research in prenatal and preimplantation diagnosis in humans, animal and in vitro models.
 
All ISPD members receive an online subscription to Prenatal Diagnosis as part of their membership. Print subscriptions are available only to institutions. General information is available on the Journal home page on the publisher's website.

Manuscript Submission

All manuscripts should be submitted on the publisher's website. Submission instructions are on the Author Resources tab of the journal home page.

Recent Issues

The Editor's Choice articles listed below are open access. For full access to all Prenatal Diagnosis articles, please use the member journal access.

Volume 40 | Issue 7 | June 2020

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Editor's Choice Article:

Lewi L. Monochorionic diamniotic twins: What do I tell the prospective parents?
DOI: 10.1002/pd.5705
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Volume 40 | Issue 6 | May 2020

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Editor's Choice Article:

Hardy T. The role of prenatal diagnosis following preimplantation genetic testing for single‐gene conditions: A historical overview of evolving technologies and clinical practice
DOI: 10.1002/pd.5662
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Volume 40 | Issue S1 | 2019 Abstracts

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Special Issue: Abstracts of the ISPD 23rd International Conference on Prenatal Diagnosis and Therapy, Singapore, 7–11 September 2019

Aims & Scope

Prenatal Diagnosis communicates the results of original research in prenatal and preimplantation diagnosis in humans and animal models encompassing:

  • all aspects of fetal imaging, including sonography and magnetic resonance imaging
  • prenatal cytogenetics, including molecular studies and array CGH
  • prenatal screening studies
  • fetal cells and cell-free nucleic acids in maternal blood and other fluids
  • preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD)
  • prenatal diagnosis of single gene disorders, including metabolic disorders
  • fetal therapy
  • fetal and placental development and pathology
  • development and evaluation of laboratory services for prenatal diagnosis
  • psychosocial, legal, ethical and economic aspects of prenatal diagnosis
  • prenatal genetic counselling

Case reports will be considered but will be published as research letters.

The overriding criteria for publication are scientific merit, originality, and interest to a multidisciplinary audience.