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Dünndarm

  • K. Helmke
  • B. Stöver
  • M. A. Lassrich

Zusammenfassung

Mit Hilfe des Ultraschalls können im Bereich des Dünndarms die Motilität, die Echointensität der Wand, der Durchmesser der Muskulatur und der Flüssigkeitsgehalt in den Darmschlingen beurteilt werden (Abb. 1). Allerdings ist eine Artdiagnose allein aufgrund der Ergebnisse dieser Methode nur in einzelnen Fällen möglich. Wegen der Luftansammlung in den Darmschlingen und der besonderen Topographie ist in der Regel auch keine Ausschlußdiagnostik möglich. Wichtig hingegen ist der Einsatz der Sonographie bei Krankheitsverläufen zur Therapiekontrolle, z.B. M. Crohn.

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  • K. Helmke
  • B. Stöver
  • M. A. Lassrich

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