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Tumoren der Gallenblase und der extrahepatischen Gallengänge

  • U. Weickert
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Zusammenfassung

Die Tumoren der Gallenblase und des extrahepatischen Gallenwegsystems umfassen nichtneoplastische und neoplastische raumfordernde Läsionen, die von der Gallenblase oder den extrahepatischen Gallenwegen (Ductus hepaticus dexter sive sinister, Ductus hepaticus communis, Ductus cysticus oder Ductus choledochus) ausgehen. Die neoplastischen Läsionen umfassen sowohl die gutartigen als auch die bösartigen Tumoren. Die extrahepatischen Gallengangtumoren schließen die von der Ampullenregion ausgehenden Tumoren ein, nicht aber die Papillentumoren.

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