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Indikationen, gerätetechnische Voraussetzungen und Untersuchungsvorgang

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In der Diagnostik des Pleuraergusses ist die Sonographie seit langem als diagnostisch weiterführendes bildgebendes Verfahren etabliert. Dank technischer Fortschritte und kontinuierlicher wissenschaftlicher Erkenntnisse hat sich das Spektrum für den Einsatz der Sonographie bei Erkrankungen im Thoraxbereich in den vergangenen Jahren stetig erweitert (Broaddus u. Light 1994; Müller 1997; Kinasewitz 1998; Beckh 2002; ◘ Abb. 1.1). Im klinischen Alltag gibt die Ultraschalluntersuchung eine rasche Orientierungshilfe bei der Differenzialdiagnose von Atemnot und Schmerzen im Brustkorb (Beaulieu u. Marik 2005; Diacon et al. 2005; Soldati 2006; Arbelot et al. 2008; Copetti u. Cattarossi 2008; Copetti et al. 2008; Noble et al. 2009).
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Spektrum für den Einsatz der Sonographie bei Pleura- und Lungenerkrankungen

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  1. 1.Medizinische Klinik 3, Schwerpunkt PneumolgieKlinikum Nürnberg NordNürnbergDeutschland

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