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Archive of: July, 2016

July 2016

Many colleagues think of Hughes Syndrome as ‘blood clots and miscarriage’.  However, it is clear that the symptoms can be varied and widespread.  “Sticky blood” can, quite obviously, affect any organ, including the heart (angina), the gut (abdominal pain after eating), and, in the case of Mrs F.D., the lungs, for example, from multiple small pulmonary emboli.

Could “sticky blood” affect the oxygen supply to the bones? 

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