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Leberzirrhose. Portale Hypertension

  • Francis S. Weill

Zusammenfassung

Dies ist ein Kapitel mit ziemlich nationalspezifischer Bedeutung. Etwa 30% der internistisch stationär Behandelten weisen eine mit Alkoholabusus im Zusammenhang stehende Symptomatologie auf bzw. hatten eine solche (diese liegen dann vorübergehend „stationär“ im Pathologischen Institut). Trotz vieler Jahre intensiver Forschung ist es uns noch nicht gelungen, sonographisch die Unterschiede zwischen Bier-, Weinoder Schnapsabusus im einzelnen herauszuarbeiten. Die Schule von Hillel glaubt, unterschiedliche Bilder bei den durch Bordeaux- oder durch Burgunderwein bedingten Zirrhosen gefunden zu haben. Die Shammai-Schule behauptet dagegen, dies sei unmöglich, da die Definition und Auswertung sonographischer Bilder gegenwärtig noch nicht in ausreichender Form möglich sei. Wir sind dagegen der Meinung, daß der bedauerliche Mangel an Spezifität der Tatsache zuzuschreiben ist, daß die an dem Fortschritt der Wissenschaft wenig interessierten Kranken die ursächlich verantwortlichen Agenzien in unkontrollierter Folge durcheinander trinken.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Francis S. Weill
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  1. 1.Chaire de Radiodiagnostic, Radiologie AHôpital Jean MinjozBesançonFrance

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