Solve the following differential equation: $\frac{(ydx+xdy)}{(1-{x}^{2}{y}^{2})}+xdx=0$

Is there any way I can get this into the form of a separable, Bernoulli, exact, or any other form of differential equation that is easy to solve?

Solve the following differential equation:

$$\frac{(ydx+xdy)}{(1-{x}^{2}{y}^{2})}+xdx=0$$

can someone show me the procedure to simplify or convert this differential equation into a form that is easy to solve?

Is there any way I can get this into the form of a separable, Bernoulli, exact, or any other form of differential equation that is easy to solve?

Solve the following differential equation:

$$\frac{(ydx+xdy)}{(1-{x}^{2}{y}^{2})}+xdx=0$$

can someone show me the procedure to simplify or convert this differential equation into a form that is easy to solve?