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Leberzirrhose und Nierenfunktionsstörungen

  • H. Geiger
  • U. Leuschner

Zusammenfassung

Das hepatorenale Syndrom (HRS) ist ein funktionelles Nierenversagen bei Patienten mit Zirrhose, die keine eigenständige Nierenkrankheit haben. Das HRS ist charakterisiert durch eine Gefäß-Konstriktion der Nierenrinde, die zur Oligurie und Natriumretention führt. Patienten mit Leberzirrhose und Aszites entwickeln zu 18% innerhalb eines Jahres ein funktionelles Nierenversagen, nach 5 Jahren sogar zu 39%.

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  • U. Leuschner

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