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Sialadenitis

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Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 1 / 1)

Zusammenfassung

Eine morphologische Klassifikation der Speicheldrüsenentzündungen basiert auf den Einteilungsprinzipien der allgemeinen Pathologie mit der Unterscheidung von akuten, chronischen und spezifischen Entzündungen. Im Hinblick auf die Klinik und Therapie müssen jedoch zusätzlich weitere Faktoren berücksichtigt werden (Seifert 1966; Seifert U. Donath 1976). Hierzu gehören:
  • die Lokalisation in den großen oder kleinen Speicheldrüsen

  • die ätiologischen Faktoren (bakteriell, viral, obstruktiv, radiogen, immunologisch u. a.)

  • die Berücksichtigung des Lebensalters und

  • die Beziehung zu anderen Grunderkrankungen.

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