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Prinzipien der Regulation des pulmonalen Blutdrucks

  • C. O. Feddersen
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Zusammenfassung

Das Gefäßsystem der Lunge und die pulmonale Zirkulation weisen gegenüber dem systemischen Kreislauf erhebliche Unterschiede auf. Der Artikel beschreibt zunächst die anatomische Struktur des pulmonalen Gefäßsystems und seine Innervation um dann Reaktionsweisen auch unter pathologischen Bedingungen wie Hypoxie und Hypertonie zu erläutern. Als wichtigen Hinweis stellt der Autor seiner Arbeit voran, daß es sich bei den Vorstellungen zu Regulation des pulmonalen Blutdruckes um physiologisch begründete Hypothesen handelt, da nur teilweise die Daten am Menschen selbst erhoben wurden und auf diesem Gebiet erhebliche Speziesunterschiede bestehen.

Schlüsselwörter

Pulmonal-arterieller Druck Hypoxische pulmonalvaskuläre Konstriktion Pulmonal neuroepithelial bodies Mediatoren 

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  • C. O. Feddersen
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  1. 1.Medizinische PoliklinikPhilipps-Universität MarburgMarburgDeutschland

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