Antiphosphatidyl Serine as Diagnostic Indicators for Detection of Antiphospholipid Syndrome in Aborted Women
Rafidain Journal of Science,
2021, Volume 30, Issue 1, Pages 46-53
AbstractThis study included 90 blood samples. 80 of which were collected from women who had undergone spontaneous or recurrent miscarriage and 10 were collected from women with a normal pregnancy as control samples. Serum was prepared from these samples for use in investigating antiphosphatidyl serine antibodies, the results of the study showed that 21 samples give a positive result for the presence of antiphosphatidyl serine antibodies, the concentration rate in these positive cases was 14.6±1.4 RU/ml in the patient group, control group did not show positive cases, the concentration rate of these antibodies reached 7.9±2.0 RU/ml in the control group and the presence of these antibodies increased in the group of patient who had suffered from three or more miscarriages and their number was 15 cases ,while the remaining 6 positive samples was belong to group of women suffered from two abortion and the average concentration of anti-phosphatidyl serine antibodies in this group of patient was 15.1±2.1 RU/ml, and there was no positive result in the group of women had underwent one miscarriage .
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