The antiphospholipid syndrome APS is a well known cause of pregnancy complications, including maternal thrombosis and preeclampsia as well as embryofetal losses. A multidisciplinary, medical-obstetric approach is of great importance in the clinical management of pregnant women with APS. Therapeutic interventions are based on the combination acilsalycilic acid-heparin. Aspirin alone is still a reasonable option for women with early losses, although controversy is particularly important in this group. In any situation, an adequate thromboprophylaxis in the peripartum period is warranted.. ISSN:
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