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Kardiologische Krankheitsbilder (Myokardinsuffizienz und Koronarerkrankungen)

  • G. Blümchen
  • J. Buschhaus
  • R. Felix
  • C. Höchter
  • U. Klein
  • R. Langer
  • J. Meyer
  • E. Scharf-Bornhofen
  • A. Weikl
  • E. Zeitler
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Zusammenfassung

Unter einer Myokardhypertrophie versteht man eine Zunahme der Muskelmasse des Herzens, die mit einer Gewichtsvermehrung einhergeht.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Blümchen
  • J. Buschhaus
  • R. Felix
  • C. Höchter
  • U. Klein
  • R. Langer
  • J. Meyer
  • E. Scharf-Bornhofen
  • A. Weikl
  • E. Zeitler

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