LUPUS ANTICOAGULANT AND RECURRENT FETAL LOSS: SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT WITH GAMMAGLOBULIN

@article{Carreras1988LUPUSAA,
  title={LUPUS ANTICOAGULANT AND RECURRENT FETAL LOSS: SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT WITH GAMMAGLOBULIN},
  author={LuisO. Carreras and Gonz{\'a}lez S. P{\'e}rez and Hilda Ruda Vega and Florencio Casavilla},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1988},
  volume={332},
  pages={393-394}
}
SIR,-Dr Martyn and colleagues (June 11, p 1319) suggest that motoneuron disease (MND) is a rare and delayed consequence of an infection with poliovirus. The role of poliovirus in the aetiology of MND remains equivocal’ because of the problems associated with prospective case-control studies and lack of laboratory proof of poliovirus infection in cases of MND. Poliomyelitis is very common in India but the incidence of MND does not seem to be higher than elsewhere. Although exact population-based… CONTINUE READING
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