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Histologie der Sklerodermien

  • H. Rieger
  • M. Wolter
  • W. Ch. Marsch
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Zusammenfassung

Im folgenden sollen einige wichtige morphologische Aspekte der Sklerodermie — auch unter differentialdiagnostischen Gesichtspunkten — erörtert werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • H. Rieger
  • M. Wolter
  • W. Ch. Marsch

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