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Schleimhauthyperplasie des Magens

  • O. Stadelmann
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Die Schleimhauthyperplasie des Magens ist eine verhältnismäßig seltene Erkrankung, die jedoch bei den unterschiedlichsten Veränderungen mit in die Differentialdiagnose einzubeziehen ist. Die einzelnen Formen, die z.T. Manifestationen extragastraler Störungen sind, können schwere Krankheitsbilder hervorrufen.

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  • O. Stadelmann
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  1. 1.FürthDeutschland

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