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Spinale Erkrankungen

  • F. Erbguth
  • T. Yousry
  • H. Brückmann
  • U. Nissen

Zusammenfassung

Spinale Erkrankungen sind v. a. bei akutem Auftreten und bei einer Beeinträchtigung der Atemfunktion von intensivmedizinischer Bedeutung. Die intensivmedizinisch weniger relevanten chronischen spinalen Erkrankungen, wie die zervikale Myelopathie, Claudicatio intermittens spinalis oder die Strahlenmyelopathie, sollen hier nicht behandelt werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Erbguth
  • T. Yousry
  • H. Brückmann
  • U. Nissen

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