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Die Bedeutung der Bronchialzirkulation bei pulmonaler Hypertonie

  • U. Kuhlmann
  • K. Lanser
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Zusammenfassung

Das System der Bronchialarterien repräsentiert eine zweite Kategorie der pulmonalen Perfusion. Anders als die Pulmonalarterien hat es primär die physiologische Funktion, das Lungen- und Bronchialgewebe nutritiv zu versorgen und den Wasserhaushalt des Bronchialbaumes zu gewährleisten. Dennoch kann es unter pathologischen Bedingungen auch zu einer Beteiligung der bronchialen Zirkulation am Gasaustausch kommen. Was zu dieser Frage hypothetisch und was gesichert ist, stellen die Autoren ausgehend von der geschichtlichen Entdekkung und an Entwicklung des Konzeptes der bronchialen Zirkulation ausführlich dar.

Schlüsselwörter

A. bronchialis V. azygos V. hemiazygos Sperrarterien Präkapilläre Anastomosen Neovaskularisation Hypervaskularisation 

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  • U. Kuhlmann
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  • K. Lanser
    • 1
  1. 1.Abteilung für Innere Medizin und LungenerkrankungenKreiskrankenhaus BrunsbüttelBrunsbüttelDeutschland

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