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Die Bedeutung des Protein-C-Mangels in der Pathogenese der Purpura fulminans

  • H. Seipelt
  • K. E. von Mühlendahl

Zusammenfassung

Die Purpura fulminans ist die schwerste Form des vaskulär-koagulatorischen Blutungsübels.

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