Anticardiolipin antibodies and thrombosis.

Abstract

Anticardiolipin antibodies (ACLAs) are strongly associated with thrombosis and appear to be the most common of the acquired blood protein defects causing thrombosis. Although the precise mechanism(s) whereby ACLAs alter hemostasis to induce a hypercoagulable state remain unclear, several theories, as previously discussed, have been advanced. The most common… (More)

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