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A case is described in which a pregnancy, preceded by two mid-trimester fetal losses, was complicated by deep-vein thrombosis due to the presence of circulating lupus anticoagulant. Warfarin was used as anticoagulant therapy concurrently with high-dose prednisolone. It is suggested that warfarin may have advantages over heparin in managing pregnancies in(More)
Serum samples from 71 patients with laparoscopically staged endometriosis and from 109 age-matched non-pregnant control women were tested for antibodies to nuclear, phospholipid, smooth muscle and sperm antigens. Immunoglobulin G, M and A and complement components C3 and C4 were measured. Prevalence of the following autoantibodies was statistically(More)