Prävalenz und klinische Relevanz von Helicobacter pylori-Infektionen bei Patienten mit Gerinnungsstörungen

  • M. von Depka Prondzinski
  • A. Wenke
  • B. Braaden
  • I. Scharrer
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Zusammenfassung

Die Isolierung von Helicobacter pylori (HP) aus der Magenschleimhaut gelang Marshall und Warren Anfang der achtziger Jahre [1]. Helicobacter pylori ist ein gramnegatives, mikroaerophil wachsendes, kommaförmiges Stäbchen mit 2 bis 4 Windungen. Im Gegensatz zur Spezies Campylobacter ist es lophotrich, begeißelt, Urease bildend, Nalidixinsäure resistent und hat ein eigenes Protein-, Fettsäure-und Enzymprofil [2].

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  • M. von Depka Prondzinski
  • A. Wenke
  • B. Braaden
  • I. Scharrer

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