A young child with trisomy 21 developed severe multiple arterial thromboses in a three-phase clinical course which proved fatal. The episodes were characterized by high levels of both IgG anticardiolipin antibodies and the von Willebrand factor. The data suggest that there is a relationship between these two elements and the clinical events which followed.

Antiphospholipid syndrome in a child with trisomy 21: the relationship between anticardiolipin G antibodies and the von Willebrand factor.

GUARISO, GRAZIELLA;RUFFATTI, AMELIA;CASONATO, SANDRA;GHIRARDELLO, ANNA;
1992

Abstract

A young child with trisomy 21 developed severe multiple arterial thromboses in a three-phase clinical course which proved fatal. The episodes were characterized by high levels of both IgG anticardiolipin antibodies and the von Willebrand factor. The data suggest that there is a relationship between these two elements and the clinical events which followed.
1992
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