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Kontrastdarstellung des arteriellen Gefäßsystems

  • M. Georgi
  • W. Jaschke
  • P. Prager

Zusammenfassung

Die Aorta thoracalis beginnt über der Aortenklappe mit dem Bulbus aortae. Sie setzt sich über die Aorta ascendens in den Aortenbogen fort, der die großen supraaortalen Gefäße entläßt. Anschließend geht sie in die Aorta descendens über, die dann in Höhe des Zwerchfells zur Aorta lumbalis wird.

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  • M. Georgi
  • W. Jaschke
  • P. Prager

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