Lupus anticoagulants are antibodies against substances in the lining of cells that prevent blood clotting in a test tube. These substances are called phospholipids.
Persons with these antibodies may have an abnormally high risk of blood clotting.
Lupus anticoagulants are usually found in persons with autoimmune diseases, such as
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