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Das HELLP-Syndrom

  • A. Hettenbach
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Zusammenfassung

Weinstein beschrieb 1982 ein Syndrom bei Schwangeren, die einen akuten Thrombozytensturz boten, wobei sich zugleich ein Hämoglobinabfall und ein Transaminasenanstieg einstellte. Er bezeichnete diese Trias, die er vor allem bei schwer kranken Patientinnen beobachtete, als HELLP-Syndrom, wobei dieser eindrückliche Terminus aus den Leitsymptomen des Syndroms, der Hämolyse (H), den erhöhten Leberwerten (elevated liver enzymes (EL) und den erniedrigten Plättchenzahlen (low platelets) zusammengesetzt ist.

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