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From:
Thromb Haemost. Author manuscript; available in PMC 2012 October 26.
Published in final edited form as:
Thromb Haemost. 2003 July; 90(1): 108–115.
doi: 10.1267/THRO03010108

Table 4

Association of aCL IgG or IgM and thrombosis in the pooled population (N = 416).

OR (95% CI)
ATE*VTE*TE*
aCL IgG titre > 152.38 (0.90 to 6.33)5.72 (2.54 to 12.88)5.20 (2.29 to 11.78)
aCL IgG titre (per 10-unit difference)1.07 (1.01 to 1.13)1.06 (1.02 to 1.11)1.08 (1.03 to 1.13)
aCL IgM titre > 151.95 (0.62 to 6.10)1.87 (0.68 to 5.13)2.25 (0.88 to 5.73)
aCL IgM titre (per 10-unit difference)1.05 (0.92 to 1.21)1.05 (0.94 to 1.18)1.60 (0.95 to 1.18)
aCL IgG or IgM positive§1.81 (0.74 to 4.43)3.18 (1.50 to 6.77)2.98 (1.45 to 6.10)
*ATE = arterial thrombotic events; VTE = venous thrombotic events; TE = arterial or venous thrombotic events.
ATE models are adjusted for study group, family history, sex, hypertension, and age; VTE models are adjusted for study group; and TE models are adjusted for study group, family history, sex, and hypertension.
For aCL IgG or IgM titre (dichotomous), the reference category is ≤ 15.
§For aCL IgG or IgM (dichotomous), the reference category is aCL negative individuals.