Disclosure of Misattributed Paternity.
One of the most common dilemmas faced by physicians and genetic counselors is the discovery of misattributed paternity. In this article, we present a case in which misattributed paternity was discovered as an incidental finding. Experts analyze the competing moral obligations that might dictate disclosure or nondisclosure.
Claudin-1; Female; Genetic Counseling; Genetic Testing; Humans; Incidental Findings; Infant, Newborn; Male; Paternity; Truth Disclosure; Young Adult
Genetic Counseling; Genetic Testing; Incidental Findings; Paternity; Truth Disclosure
Prero, M. Y., Strenk, M., Garrett, J. R., Kessler, A., Fanaroff, J. M., Lantos, J. Disclosure of Misattributed Paternity. Pediatrics 143, (2019).