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Geschichte der interventionellen Angiologie

  • E. Zeitler

Zusammenfassung

Die interventionelle Angiologie war zu Beginn die mechanische Rekanalisation von obliterierten Bein-oder Beckenarterien [18]. Den genialen Ansatz hierfür verdankt die Medizin Charles T. DOTTER, welcher die Möglichkeit erkannt die diagnostische Kathetertechnik in ein Behandlungsprinzip umzuwandeln und gemeinsam mit M. JUDKINS experimentell und klinisch koaxiale Teflonkatheter von 8 bzw. 12 French erfolgreich einsetzte.

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