Unspezifische Hepatomegalien. Diffuse Hepatopathien

  • Francis S. Weill

Zusammenfassung

Wenn wir uns der in Kap. 6 beschriebenen Charakteristika der normalen Leber erinnern, so lassen sich davon ganz zwanglos die Merkmale einer Hepatomegalie ableiten. Man könnte nach der Zweckmäßigkeit fragen, gesonderte Ultraschallkriterien einer Lebervergrößerung zu erstellen, die doch leicht zu ertasten ist. Schon bei adipösen Patienten stößt man jedoch bei der Palpation auf einige Schwierigkeiten. Daneben gibt es auch partielle Megalien, besonders linksseitig, die sich der palpatorischen Erfassung entziehen. Schließlich gibt es palpable Lebern, die nicht pathologisch sind.

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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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