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Echoanatomie der Leber

  • Francis S. Weill

Zusammenfassung

Diejenigen, die ihre Frauen zum Metzger begleiten oder die sich in Sektionsräumen aufhalten, wissen, wie ein Schnitt durch die Leber aussieht: Saubere, glatte, regelmäßige Konturen und scharfe Ränder - also ganz allgemein ein harmonisches Bild. Diese Konfiguration weisen auch die bereits in Kap. 5 gezeigten sonographischen Schnittbilder auf (Abb. 5.6 und 5.7).

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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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