Bakterielle Colitiden — Endoskopisch-histologische Befunde

  • W. Kühner
  • E. Frimberger
  • W. Höchter
  • H.-J. Seib
Conference paper
Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Noch vor 10 Jahren galt die gastroenteritische Salmonellose als eine auf den Dünndarm beschränkte Erkrankung. Boyd [7] berichtete 1969 erstmals über eine Dickdarmentzündung, die durch Salmonella typhi-muri-um hervorgerufen wurde. Erst in den Jahren 1976 und 1977 wurde die vorwiegende Colonmanifestation der Salmonellose allgemein anerkannt [1, 6, 20]. Inzwischen sind nahezu 100 gut dokumentierte Fälle einer Sal-monellencohtis publiziert worden.

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  • W. Kühner
  • E. Frimberger
  • W. Höchter
  • H.-J. Seib

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