Approximately 50% of people with lupus possesses these antibodies, and over a twenty-year period of time, one half of lupus patients with one of these antibodies—the lupus anticoagulant—will experience a blood clot. People without lupus can also have antiphospholipid antibodies.We Analyzed Every Lupus. Here's Our Top Pick!Clinical Relevance of Isolated Lupus Anticoagulant Positivity in Patients with Thrombotic Antiphospholipid Syndrome Isolated LAC was highly associated with thrombosis. The presence of anti-PS/PT antibodies could not explain LAC positivity in isolated LAC. Isolated LAC showed a weaker LAC activity compared with triple-positive patients. Lupus like anticoagulant.
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