"Disease knowledge index" and perspectives on reproductive issues: A nationwide study on 398 women with autoimmune rheumatic diseases.

@article{Andreoli2019DiseaseKI,
  title={"Disease knowledge index" and perspectives on reproductive issues: A nationwide study on 398 women with autoimmune rheumatic diseases.},
  author={L. Andreoli and M. Lazzaroni and C. Carini and F. Dall'ara and C. Nalli and R. Reggia and M. Rodrigues and C. Benigno and E. Baldissera and E. Bartoloni-Bocci and F. Basta and F. Bellisai and A. Bortoluzzi and C. Campochiaro and F. Cantatore and R. Caporali and A. Ceribelli and C. Chighizola and P. Conigliaro and A. Corrado and M. Cutolo and S. D’Angelo and E. De Stefani and A. Doria and M. Favaro and C. Fischetti and R. Foti and A. Gabrielli and E. Generali and R. Gerli and M. Gerosa and M. Larosa and A. Maier and N. Malavolta and M. Meroni and P. Meroni and C. Montecucco and M. Mosca and M. Padovan and G. Paolazzi and G. Pazzola and S. Peccatori and R. Perricone and G. Pettiti and V. Picerno and I. Prevete and V. Ramoni and N. Romeo and A. Ruffatti and C. Salvarani and G. Sebastiani and C. Selmi and F. Serale and L. Sinigaglia and C. Tani and M. Trevisani and M. Vadacca and E. Valentini and G. Valesini and E. Visalli and E. Vivaldelli and L. Zuliani and A. Tincani},
  journal={Joint, bone, spine : revue du rhumatisme},
  year={2019},
  volume={86 4},
  pages={
          475-481
        }
}
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