Pathologie pp 501-517 | Cite as

Anatomie, Funktion und tumorartige Läsionen

  • Anna Melissa SchlitterEmail author
  • Wolfgang Remmele
Part of the Pathologie book series (PATHOL)


Das Kapitel behandelt im ersten Teil die Anatomie der extrahepatischen Gallenwege, einschließlich der Vater-Papille, und macht die funktionelle Bedeutung der Strukturen deutlich. Der zweite Abschnitt des Kapitels beschäftigt sich mit den Formvarianten, Fehlbildungen und tumorartigen Läsionen, die schematisch, tabellarisch und im histologischen Bild dargestellt werden.


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  1. 1.Institut für PathologieTechnische Universität MünchenMünchenDeutschland
  2. 2.Ehem. Direktor des Instituts für PathologieKliniken der LandeshauptstadtWiesbadenDeutschland

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