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Anomalien und Strikturen

  • U. Weickert
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Zusammenfassung

Anomalien der Gallenblase und extrahepatischen Gallenwege können in Bezug auf die Anzahl, Lage oder Form vorliegen. Einem Teil dieser Anomalien kommt eine pathologische Bedeutung zu. Ihre Kenntnis ist unerlässlich nicht nur in der Diagnostik biliärer Erkrankungen sondern auch angesichts der zunehmenden Fülle an oftmals minimal-invasiven Therapiestrategien bei Erkrankungen der Gallenblase und extrahepatischen Gallenwege.

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