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Cholestase und Ikterus

  • H. Dancygier
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Zusammenfassung

Eine Cholestase liegt vor, wenn zu wenig Galle in das Duodenum gelangt. Dem verlangsamten oder sistierenden Gallefluss liegt eine Bildungs-, Sekretions- und/oder Abflussstörung der Galle oder einzelner ihrer Bestandteile zugrunde. Der Defekt kann auf jeder Ebene, von der basolateralen Membran des Hepatozyten, über den gesamten Gallengangbaum, bis zur Papilla Vateri lokalisiert sein.

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