Autoimmune diseases in pregnancy.

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Autoimmune diseases are a significant problem in women of reproductive age. This article reviews some of the more common autoimmune disorders and discusses their diagnosis and management during pregnancy. The effects of the autoimmune disorder on pregnancy and the effects of pregnancy on the course of the autoimmune disorder are also discussed with an emphasis on the implications for clinical management.

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@article{Floyd1992AutoimmuneDI, title={Autoimmune diseases in pregnancy.}, author={Randall Floyd and William Edward Roberts}, journal={Obstetrics and gynecology clinics of North America}, year={1992}, volume={19 4}, pages={719-32} }