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Zusammenfassung

Mit den verschiedenen, ursächlich in Frage kommenden Veränderungen der Leber, des Gallenwegssystems und des Pankreas haben wir uns ja bereits beschäftigt. Die Ultraschallexploration beim Ikterus vollzieht sich in logischen und einander ergänzenden Schritten. An erster Stelle steht die Beantwortung der Frage, ob eine Gallenwegs-dilatation besteht oder nicht: Dilatation entweder des Ductus choledochus, der Hepatikusgabel, der intrahepatischen Gallenwege oder der Gallenblase. An zweiter Stelle strebt man danach, die Höhe des Abflußhindernisses zu präzisieren. Zuletzt versucht man eine Aussage über die Natur des Stops zu machen.

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Authors and Affiliations

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

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