monolocoyeah, i’ve never heard of antiphospholipids increasing PT time ...+32019-06-01T22:20:36Z
goldenwakosuNot sure if that little detail was to throw us off. I think the point of the question was to ID antiphospholipid syndrome based on the clinical criteria (spontaneous abortion + thrombosis)+12019-06-01T22:22:29Z
johnthurtjrI actually went down a rabbit hole with this one recently - essentially in vitro findings =/= in vivo findings, clot-wise with anti-phospholipid antibodies. +12019-06-03T04:48:59Z
link981No mention of lupus anticoagulant, anticardiolipin, or anti Beta 2 antibodies. FA mentios prolonged PTT but nothing on PT. What a piece of shit question. But thanks to the dudes above who explained it+32019-07-03T00:58:23Z
yb_26UWorld mentioned "prolong aPTT (and sometimes PT)" in APS+12019-07-10T15:03:10Z
oslerweberrendu@yb_26 Can u please tell the QID because the one I have seen it says, "Although patients often have prolonged ptt (because the antiphospholipid interferes with ptt test), pt is normal."