Hughes syndrome a patients guide to the antiphospholipid syndrome dr graham hughes preface in 1983 and during the following two years the lupus research unit at st thomas published a number of papers showing that certain blood proteins antiphospholipid antibodies were associated with a syndrome of clotting thrombosis recurrent miscarriages and brain disease. Understanding hughes syndrome case studies for patients along with aids antiphospholipid syndrome was the major medical discovery of the late 20 th century so for many it is still deemed a new disease. The syndrome now known worldwide as hughes syndrome or the anti phospholipid syndrome is common being responsible for example for up to 1 in 5 cases of young stroke more important it is treatable. Hughes syndrome a patients guide second edition graham hughes 123 hughes syndrome graham hughes hughes syndrome a patient s guide the antiphospholipid or hughes syndrome is not invented but is a biological aberration in many ways the description. Hughes syndrome a patients guide by graham hughes 2016 english pdf read online 292 b download this second edition is a result from a worldwide surge of interest in antiphospholipid syndrome this disease also known as hughes syndrome affects all organs of the body including the placenta and therefore touches all areas of medicine
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