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Genetik isolierter urogenitaler Fehlbildungen und Harntransportstörungen

  • B. Wullich

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In dem folgenden Kapitel sollen humangenetische Gesichtspunkte urologischer Krankheitsbilder des Kindesalters dargestellt werden. Der Urologe und Pädiater sieht sich nicht selten Kindern gegeüber, die eine isolierte urogenitale Fehlbildung aufweisen. Er wird von seiten der Eltern mit der Frage konfrontiert, ob weitere Kinder in gleicher oder ähnlicher Weise betroffen sein könnten. Die Angabe von Wiederholungsrisiken erfüllt hier wichtige Aufgaben. In gleicher Weise wenden sich Personen mit urogenitalen Fehlbildungen oder Funktionsstörungen an ihn mit der Sorge, welches Wiederholungsrisiko für eigene Kinder resultiert. Diese Ängste und Sorgen sind dabei selbstverständlich von dem Grad der körperlichen und funktionellen Beeinträchtigung abhängig, die aus der jeweiligen Erkrankung resultiert.

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