The relationship between liver disease and pregnancy is of great clinical impact. Severe liver disease in pregnancy is rare; however, pregnancy-related liver disease is the most frequent cause of liver dysfunction during pregnancy and represents a severe threat to foetal and maternal survival. A rapid differential diagnosis between liver disease related or unrelated to pregnancy is required in women who present with liver dysfunction during pregnancy. This report summarizes the recommendation of an expert panel established by the Italian Association for the Study of the Liver (AISF) on the management of liver disease during pregnancy. The article provides an overview of liver disease occurring in pregnancy, an update on the key mechanisms involved in its pathogenesis, and an assessment of the available treatment options. The report contains in three sections: (1) specific liver diseases of pregnancy; (2) liver disease occurring during pregnancy; and (3) pregnancy in patients with pre-existing chronic liver disease. Each topic is discussed considering the most relevant data available in literature; the final statements are formulated according to both scientific evidence and clinical expertise of the involved physicians, and the AISF expert panel recommendations are reported.

Morisco, F., Bruno, R., Bugianesi, E., Burra, P., Calvaruso, V., Cannoni, A., et al. (2016). AISF position paper on liver disease and pregnancy. DIGESTIVE AND LIVER DISEASE, 48(2), 120-137 [10.1016/j.dld.2015.11.004].

AISF position paper on liver disease and pregnancy

INVERNIZZI, PIETRO;
2016

Abstract

The relationship between liver disease and pregnancy is of great clinical impact. Severe liver disease in pregnancy is rare; however, pregnancy-related liver disease is the most frequent cause of liver dysfunction during pregnancy and represents a severe threat to foetal and maternal survival. A rapid differential diagnosis between liver disease related or unrelated to pregnancy is required in women who present with liver dysfunction during pregnancy. This report summarizes the recommendation of an expert panel established by the Italian Association for the Study of the Liver (AISF) on the management of liver disease during pregnancy. The article provides an overview of liver disease occurring in pregnancy, an update on the key mechanisms involved in its pathogenesis, and an assessment of the available treatment options. The report contains in three sections: (1) specific liver diseases of pregnancy; (2) liver disease occurring during pregnancy; and (3) pregnancy in patients with pre-existing chronic liver disease. Each topic is discussed considering the most relevant data available in literature; the final statements are formulated according to both scientific evidence and clinical expertise of the involved physicians, and the AISF expert panel recommendations are reported.
Articolo in rivista - Review Essay
Liver diseases; Pregnancy;
Liver diseases; Pregnancy; Gastroenterology; Hepatology
English
120
137
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Morisco, F., Bruno, R., Bugianesi, E., Burra, P., Calvaruso, V., Cannoni, A., et al. (2016). AISF position paper on liver disease and pregnancy. DIGESTIVE AND LIVER DISEASE, 48(2), 120-137 [10.1016/j.dld.2015.11.004].
Morisco, F; Bruno, R; Bugianesi, E; Burra, P; Calvaruso, V; Cannoni, A; Caporaso, N; Caviglia, G; Ciancio, A; Fargion, S; Federico, A; Floreani, A; Gaeta, G; Guarino, M; Invernizzi, P; Licata, A; Loguercio, C; Mazzella, G; Petraglia, F; Primignani, M; Rodriguez Castro, K; Smedile, A; Valenti, L; Vanni, E; Vannuccini, S; Voltolini, C; Villa, E
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