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Neue Aspekte der Adhäsionsprophylaxe

  • M. Korell

Zusammenfassung

Adhäsionen treten nach annähernd allen Operationen im Bauchraum auf und können für die Betroffenen schwerwiegende Probleme von Sterilität über Schmerzen bis hin zum lebensbedrohlichen Ileus verursachen. Auch nach langjähriger Forschung und vielfachen Versuchen muss dieses Problem nach wie vor als noch nicht gelöst angesehen werden.

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