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Collegium antropologicum, Vol.32 No.1 May 2008. -

The aim of this study was to present our diagnostic and therapeutic experience with antiphospholipide syndrome

APS and vascular thrombosis. Ninety-nine patients with positive antiphospholipide antibodies aPL and vascular

thrombosis were included in the study: forty patients, according to clinical classification criteria, had primary antiphospholipide

syndrome PAPS, and fifty-nine patients had secondary antiphospholipide syndrome SAPS. In PAPS group,

82.5% of the patients were LA-positive, 37.5% of the patients were IgG aCL-positive, 27.5% of the patients were IgM

aCL-positive, and 15% of the patients were IgG antib2GPI-positive. In SAPS group, 61% of the patients were LA-positive,

50.8% of the patients were IgG aCL-positive, and 47.5% of the patients were IgM aCL-positive. Administered therapy

was low molecular weight heparin LMWH throughout 7 days, followed by warfarin with prothrombin time maintained

between 2.0 and 3.0 INR.

antiphospholipid syndrome; vascular thrombosis; antibodies



Author: Marija Glasnović - Ivica Bošnjak - Aleksandar Včev - Ivan Soldo - Dražen Bedeković - Sabina Milaković - Valentina Hečimovi

Source: http://hrcak.srce.hr/



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