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What Is The Result Of Anticardiolipin Antibodies In Antiphospholipid Syndrome
I have antiphospholipid syndrome(aps), with anticardiolipin antibodies igg/gpl extremely high. Others are normal. What problems arise with a high igl?
Antiphospholipid syn: Antiphospholipid syndrome (aps) is a disorder that manifests clinically as recurrent venous or arterial thrombosis and/or fetal loss. Some patients with aps have no evidence of any definable associated disease, while, in other patients, aps occurs in association with sle or another rheumatic or autoimmune disorder. Traditionally, these have been referred to as primary or secondary aps, respectivel. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anti-cardiolipin antibodies (aca) are antibodies directed against cardiolipin and found in several diseases, including syphilis, antiphospholipid syndrome, and lupus. They are a form of anti-mitochondrial antibody. Aca can be classified as either igm, igg or IgA and they can be β2-glycoprotein dependent or independent. Anti-phospholipid antibodies can either be lupus ...Read more
What autoantibody is seen the most in antiphospholipid syndrome? For example..Perhaps anticardiolipin is seen more often than the others...?
APS : The antibodies seen antiphospholipid syndrome are as follows: igg and igm anticardiolipin antibodies; lupus anticoagulant; igg and igm anti-ß2-glycoprotein i antibodies. Depending on the clinical presentation, 2 of these antibodies should be positive and the first 2 mentioned are usually measured with the third antibody measured if only one of the 1st 2 is positive. ...Read more
I have antiphospholipid syndrome,I had a sagital sinus thrombosis 1 yr ago,for the past 4 weeks I've had severe earpain, not treatable with antibiotic?
It depends: Just having those antibodies may be harmless. However, they can be associated with certain diseases; cause thrombosis (occlusion) of blood vessels, reduce the number of platelets (the cells in the blood that are crucial for clotting) and bleeding in the skin. Most depends on how high the level of those antibodies is in your system. ...Read more
Anticardiolipin: There is a realtionship to higher amounts of miscarriages with this antibody . About 2% to 4% of the general population has antiphospholipid antibodies, and over half of those have primary anticardiolipin (an antiphospholipid) antibody syndrome. Antiphospholipid syndrome is a factor in about 15% of women who have recurrent miscarriages. ...Read more
Depends: Antiphospholipid syndrome(aps) is an autoimmune disorder characterized by thromboses, complications of pregnancy, and certain laboratory abnormalities. Anti-cardiolipin of the IgA isotype are not part of the laboratory criteria for aps due to lack of specificity.Consult with your doctor regarding which type of antibody was tested and significance in your clinical situation. ...Read more
Mitochondrial factor: Cardiolipin is the equivalent of a mitochondrial factor, and so anticardiolipin antibodies are considered to be anti-mitochondrial antibiodies. They are also found in various diseases (such as syphilis, antiphospholipid syndrome, behçet's syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus). They can be seen in association with spontaneous abortions too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antiphospholipid antibodies are components in one's blood that can increase the risk of blood clots especially in the smallest blood vessels called capillaries. These individuals are prone to deep venous thrombosis in the leg and potentially pulmonary ...Read more
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