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Vorbereitung zur Lebertransplantation

  • D. Faust
  • C. Allers
  • B. H. Markus

Zusammenfassung

Die Lebertransplantation (LTX) gilt weltweit als etabliertes Therapiekonzept zur Behandlung von akuten und/oder fortgeschrittenen chronischen Lebererkrankungen, die unbehandelt die Lebenserwartung eines Patienten deutlich einschränken würden.

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  • D. Faust
  • C. Allers
  • B. H. Markus

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