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Das Lungenemphysem

  • R. Ferlinz
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 4 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Unter dem Begriff Emphysem subsummiert sich eine Vielzahl sowohl pathogenetisch als auch morphologisch verschiedener Krankheitsbilder. Die erste grundlegende Erfassung und Beschreibung gab Laennec (1819). Er trennte bereits die interstitielle Form des Emphysems von der vesiculären Form und erkannte die Bedeutung der letzteren als das eigentliche, klinisch relevante Emphysem. Da das interstitielle Emphysem einer klinischen Diagnostik nicht zugänglich ist und als Krankheitsbild an sich vollkommen von dem zugrundeliegenden akuten Grundleiden dominiert wird, bedarf es in diesem Kapitel des Handbuchs keiner weiteren Erwähnung.

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