Anticardiolipin antibodies: clinical consequences of "low titers".

@article{Silver1996AnticardiolipinAC,
  title={Anticardiolipin antibodies: clinical consequences of "low titers".},
  author={Robert M. Silver and Timothy F. Porter and I van Leeuween and Guey Y. Jeng and J. Ray Scott and David Ware Branch},
  journal={Obstetrics and gynecology},
  year={1996},
  volume={87 4},
  pages={
          494-500
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To clarify the implications of low levels of immunoglobulin (Ig)-G or IgM anticardiolipin antibodies. METHODS Women who underwent clinically indicated testing for antiphospholipid antibodies were divided into four groups based on results: 1) high-positive (lupus anticoagulant or more than 19 IgG binding units of anticardiolipin antibodies; N = 131), 2) low-positive IgG (fewer than 20 IgG binding units; N 93), 3) IgM only (more than nine IgM binding units; N 97), and 4) negative (N… CONTINUE READING
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