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Normaler Thoraxbefund

  • H. C. Oppermann

Zusammenfassung

Für die richtige Interpretation des Neugeborenenthorax ist eine genaue Kenntnis des Lebensalters des Patientenzum Zeit punkt der Aufnahme von entscheidender Bedeutung. Dies gilt besonders für Thoraxaufnahmen innerhalb des ersten Lebenstages.

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