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Durchblutungsstörungen

  • Winfried Mohr
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Zusammenfassung

Durchblutungsstörungen betreffen primär den subchondralen Knochen und sekundär den Knorpel — Folgen sind Osteochondrosis dissecans, deren ischämische atur allerdings umstritten ist oder sogar abgelehnt wird [68], und groβe ischämische Knochennekrosen, die als gelenknahe Nekrosen vorwiegend am Hüftkopf, als M. Ahlbäck aber auch im Kniegelenk [1] und als Vielzahl „spontaner Knochennekrosen“ [27] vorkommen. „Kleine“ sekundäre ischämische Nekrosen im Ablauf der Arthrose sind separat (s. S. 429) abgehandelt.

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  1. 1.Universität Ulm Abt. PathologieUlmGermany

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