Autoimmunity associated thrombosis Post March 10,2017
Auto-antibody associated thrombosis - Publika Dev
Autoimmunity can concern various coagulation proteins, or hemostasis inhibitors, and induce adverse effects, mainly thrombosis. The most known complications concern Lupus Anticoagulant and Anti-Phospholipid-Antibodies, or drug induced antibodies, such as those targeted to heparin-PF4 complexes. Other rare auto-antibodies, ferquently associated to thrombotic complications, more rarely to bruise and bleeding, have been reported: PF4, Annexin V, prothrombin, protein S, factor XIII, etc...