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Polyzystische Nierenerkrankungen

  • K. Zerres

Zusammenfassung

Zystische Nierenkrankheiten spielen eine wichtige Rolle in vielen Bereichen der Medizin, ca.5–10% der Dialysepatienten leiden an Zystennieren. Zystennieren stellen eine heterogene Gruppe dar, die sowohl erworbene wie erbliche Formen einschließt. Die Klassifikation ist nicht einheitlich, zunehmend werden jedoch im klinischen Gebrauch die genetischen Bezeichnungen den pathoanatomischen vorgezogen, obwohl diese wieterhin für die Beschreibung der morphologischen Strukturveränderungen von Bedeutung sind.

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