This volume of the Handbook of Systemic Autoimmune Diseases series represents a medical collaboration focusing primarily on female aspects of rheumatic diseases. This collaboration recognizes the need to understand and optimally manage the care of women with autoimmune conditions that may affect their reproduction and hormonal status. This handbook will prove useful to clinicians and researchers alike. It covers practical points, ranging from which anti-rheumatic medications are safe in pregnancy to how to counsel women with scleroderma contemplating pregnancy.
* Authors share an academic interest in the unique relationship between being a woman and having an autoimmune disease
* Touches on controversial topics, such as the mechanism of antiphospholipid-related fetal loss and whether or not non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents should be used in pregnancy
* Includes critical and balanced reviews of the controversial association between autoimmune disease and female infertility
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The role of sex/gender in autoimmune disease
Maternal-Fetal Aspects of Autoimmune Disease
Fertility and Autoimmune Disease
Pregnancy and Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Pregnancy in rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren syndrome and other rare autoimmune rheumatic Diseases
A Bedside Perspective of Neonatal Lupus
Use of anti-rheumatic drugs in Pregnancy
Offspring of women with systemic autoimmune diseases
Contraception in women with Autoimmune Diseases
Common Gynecological Problems in Women with Autoimmune Disease
The Climacteric and Osteoporosis in Women with Autoimmune Diseases