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Spezielle Diagnostik der großen Gefäße

  • S. Beyer-Enke
Part of the Klinische Radiologie book series (KLINRAD)

Zusammenfassung

Die angeborenen Aortenstenosen lassen sich nach ihrer Lagebeziehung zum Klappenapparat in valvuläre, sub- und supravalvuläre sowie Aortenisthmus- stenosen unterscheiden.

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