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Virusinduzierte Autoimmunreaktionen im Zentralen Nervensystem

  • U. G. Liebert
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Part of the Verhandlungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurologie book series (VDGNEUROLOGIE, volume 6)

Zusammenfassung

Die Entstehung von zellvermittelten Autoimmunreaktionen als Folge von Virusinfektionen scheint eine Rolle in der Pathogenese von subakuten und chronischen ZNS-Erkrankungen zu haben. Zur Zeit ist kein einzelner Faktor bekannt, der zur Autoimmunreaktion im ZNS führt. Vielmehr ist es vorstellbar, daß die Pathogenese dieser Erkrankungen multifaktoriell ist und ihnen verschiedene relativ häufige virusinduzierte Veränderungen zugrunde liegen.

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