Katarína Bergendiová, Elena Tibenská
Antiphospholipid syndrome is a relatively rare autoimmune disease, which often disguises with complications of gravidity.
The diagnosis is based mainly on detecting the levels of antiphospholipid antibodies, which contributes to the
APS origination. In the paper, we present the case study of a patient, in whom we proved a high concentration of antibodies,
which are involved in ’Non-criteria’ for APS. After adjustment of the patient for the treatment, she successfully
gave birth to a healthy child after in vitro fertilisation.