By William R. Proffit DDS PhD, Henry W. Fields Jr. DDS MS MSD, David M. Sarver DMD MS
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A client’s perception of risk is influenced by many factors, including the perceived burden of the disorder (Walter and Emery 2005), emotional closeness with the affected relative and experience of the relative’s illness (Walter et al. 2004), preconceived notions about the level of risk prior to genetic counseling (Shiloh and Sagi 1989), level of uncertainty in the risk estimates and disease outcome (Lippman-Hand and Fraser 1979), motivation to have children (Lippman-Hand and Fraser 1979; Schulz et al.
This aspect of psychiatric disorders requires thorough and thoughtful discussion with patients. We encourage providers to continue the practice of noncoercive counseling in prenatal or preconception situations. For example, if a patient asks whether she should have children, we do not directly answer her ques- 34 Psychiatric Genetics: Applications in Clinical Practice tion based on our own judgments. Having never “walked in her shoes,” we do not have the necessary knowledge to answer. Instead, we help her weigh the pros and cons of having children (who would have an increased chance to later become affected) and assist her in making a decision that is consistent with her desires, values, and beliefs.
For example, in complex disorders, genetic heterogeneity is a key aspect of the difficulty of risk assessment, even with the assistance of susceptibility tests (Liu et al. 2004). The predictive value of genetic tests for Mendelian disorders is much greater than the predictive value of susceptibility tests for common disorders. The family history is likely to remain important in the interpretation of test results for common disorders, because it may help determine the likelihood of expression of the phenotype.
Contemporary Orthodontics by William R. Proffit DDS PhD, Henry W. Fields Jr. DDS MS MSD, David M. Sarver DMD MS