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Paraartikuläre Krankheiten

  • Winfried Mohr
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Zusammenfassung

Als „Para-ostéo-arthropathie“ beschrieben Madame Dejerine und André Ceillier [11] bzw. Dejerine et al. [12] bei Paraplegikern eine in Knochen- und Gelenknähe ablaufende Ossifikation, die zur Ankylose führte.

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  • Winfried Mohr
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  1. 1.Universität Ulm Abt. PathologieUlmGermany

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