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Seltene Ursachen des ischämischen Hirninfarktes

  • G. Leonhardt
  • A. Breitbart

Zusammenfassung

In diesem Kapitel werden die Ursachen von ischämischen Hirninfarkten besprochen, die nicht auf eine lokale arteriosklerotische Thrombose, eine kar-diale oder arterio arterielle Embolie oder eine Mikroangiopathie zurückzuführen sind. Hierbei handelt es sich um entzündliche oder nicht arteriosklero-tisch-degenerative Gefäßveränderungen sowie um hämatologische, rheologi-sche oder toxische Ursachen des Hirninfarkts.

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  • A. Breitbart

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