Antiphospholipid Syndrome

About-Antiphospholipid syndrome or antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APS or APLS) occurs when your immune system attacks normal proteins in the blood which can cause blood clots in arteries or veins.

 Blood clots in the legs 
 Repeated miscarriages or stillbirths
 Transitory ischemic attack
 Skin Rash
 Low platelet levels in the blood

In Antiphospholipid syndrome, blood clots abnormally because our body mistakenly produces antibodies that attack phospholipids, a type of fat that plays a key role in clotting.

Specialists to Visit

 Ask a question or view previous questions and answers on Antiphospholipid syndrome


© Copyright 2022 MYMEDILAND. All rights reserved.