Milz

  • H. Tschäppeler

Zusammenfassung

Konventionell-radiologisch stellt sich die Milz als weichteildichte Struktur im linken oberen Quadranten dar; eine Organvergrößerung führt zur Verlagerung des Magens nach medial und der linken Kolonflexur nach kaudal.

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