Seven Pregnant Cases Complicated by SLE

Shinichi TSUKUI, Masayoshi MURATA, Takeshi ASO, Norio HIMENO
1981 [Sanfujinka no shinpo] Advances in obstetrics and gynecology  
SLE is the most common disease among collagen diseases. The complication of SLE with pregnancy has been noticed because it is likely to occur to young women. Since 7 cases of pregnancy complicated by SLE during past 11 years (from S.42 to S.53) were experienced in our hospital, further study of this time was tried. Generally speaking, the pregnant woman with SLE is apt to be complicated by gestational toxicosis and she tends to be exacerbated during puerperium. Among our experience 4 cases were
more » ... complicated by gestational toxicosis and 6 cases were exacerbated during puerperium, two of them died within a year after delivery. According to the prognosis of babies, some troubles, such as asphyxia, SFD, melena neonatorum, neonatal hyperbilirubinemia, were recognized within a week after birth.
doi:10.11437/sanpunosinpo1949.33.269 fatcat:vymduw2bsjam3cl3ocsrmlwhwm