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Cardiolipin Antibodies are also called Phospholipid antibodies.
15.0-39.9 MPL or GPL (weakly positive)
Positive and strongly positive results for phospholipid antibodies (> or =40 GPL and/or MPL) are a diagnostic criterion for antiphospholipid syndrome (APS). Lesser levels of phospholipid antibodies and antibodies of the IgA isotype may occur in patients with clinical signs of APS but the results are not considered diagnostic.
Antiphospholipid syndrome occurs when your immune system mistakenly attacks some of the normal proteins in your blood.
you may need to see a rheumatologist to get more blood test to look for signs of autoimmune disease.
who did these tests for you?
have you see a rheumatologist yet?