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Maligne Tumoren des Kindesalters

  • G.-H. Willital
  • P. Hümmer
Part of the Die Praxis der Chirurgie book series (PRAXCHIR)

Zusammenfassung

In der Liste der Todesursachen stehen bei Kindern zwischen dem 1. und 14. Lebensjahr die Krebserkrankungen an zweiter Stelle hinter den Unfällen. Häufigkeit, Alters- und Geschlechtsverteilung maligner Tumoren des Kindesalters, wie sie in der Literatur angegeben werden, gehen aus Abb. 1 und Tabelle 1 hervor.

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  • G.-H. Willital
  • P. Hümmer

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