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Neue Aspekte in der Pathogenese des Kaposi-Sarkoms

  • E. Tschachler
  • C. Ballaun
  • A. Uthman
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Zusammenfassung

Im vergangenen Jahrhundert wurde das Kaposi-Sarkom (KS) als idiopathisches multiples Pigmentsarkom der Haut bei älteren Männern jüdischer Abstammung von Moritz Kaposi erstmals beschrieben [1]. Bis in die 6oer Jahre dieses Jahrhunderts war es, zumindest in Europa, eine dermatologische Rarität. Erst epidemio-logische Studien über das Vorkommen des KS in Afrika und sein Auftreten im Rahmen iatrogener Immunsuppression bei Transplantationspatienten weckte ein breiteres Interesse an diesem Tumor. Mit dem Beginn der Aids-Pandemie Anfang der 8oer Jahre trat das KS dann so gehäuft auf, daß es eine alltägliche Erkrankung in der klinischen Routine wurde.

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  • E. Tschachler
  • C. Ballaun
  • A. Uthman

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