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Duplexsonographie in der Bestimmung der Vaskularisation von soliden Tumoren

  • N. Gritzmann
  • D. Tscholakoff
  • F. Karnel
  • B. Schwaighofer
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Zusammenfassung

Die Real-time-Sonographie ermöglicht kaum die Beurteilung der Vaskularisation von soliden Raumforderungen. Ziel der Studie ist es, mittels gepulster Doppler-Sonographie zwischen hypervaskulären und hypovaskulären Tumoren zu differenzieren.

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© Springer-Verlag 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • N. Gritzmann
  • D. Tscholakoff
  • F. Karnel
  • B. Schwaighofer

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