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Beurteilung der Mikrozirkulation bei Durchblutungsstörungen

  • U. K. Franzeck
  • U. Hoffmann
  • A. Bollinger

Zusammenfassung

Neuentwicklungen in Videotechnik und Elektronik erlauben es, die kutane Mikrozirkulation am Patienten zunehmend besser zu untersuchen und zu beurteilen. Die Fluoreszenz-Videomikroskopie trägt wesentlich zur Diagnose der progressiven systemischen Sklerose bei. Untersuchungen der transkapillaren Diffusion nach intravenöser Injektion von Natrium-Fluorescein, Messungen der transkutanen Sauerstoffspannung der Haut und Laser-Doppleruntersuchungen ermöglichen die Beurteilung der peripheren diabetischen Mikroangiopathie und der venösen Mikroangiopathie. Das Lymphkapillarnetz der Haut kann mittels der Fluoreszenz-Mikrolymphographie dargestellt werden.

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  • U. K. Franzeck
  • U. Hoffmann
  • A. Bollinger

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