[Severe precapillary pulmonary hypertension in possible antiphospholipid syndrome--partially successful long-term therapy with continuous intravenous iloprost administration. A case report with discussion of new treatment methods].

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Undifferentiated connective tissue disease with secondary antiphospholipid syndrome was diagnosed in a 33 year old woman after recurrent arterial thromboses, two miscarriages and myocarditis. Despite effective immunosuppression and anticoagulation her initially mild precapillary pulmonary hypertension progressed in the absence of thromboembolic events… (More)

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@article{Halank2000SeverePP, title={[Severe precapillary pulmonary hypertension in possible antiphospholipid syndrome--partially successful long-term therapy with continuous intravenous iloprost administration. A case report with discussion of new treatment methods].}, author={Michael Halank and Craig Rubens and Ralf Ewert and Gerd G Hoeffken and J{\"o}rg Braun}, journal={Zeitschrift fur Rheumatologie}, year={2000}, volume={59 5}, pages={334-42} }