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Neue Aspekte in der Behandlung der nekrotisierenden Enterokolitis des Säuglings

  • W. Brands
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Zusammenfassung

Die Pathogenese der nekrotisierenden Enterokolitis (NEC) ist trotz intensivster Forschung weiterhin nicht geklärt. Alle epidemiologischen Studien weisen aber als einzigen gemeinsamen Risikofaktor die Frühgeburtlichkeit bzw. die Unreife des Neugeborenen aus. Zwei wesentliche Aspekte scheinen dabei an Bedeutung zu gewinnen, unabhängig von den allgemein als Auslöser in Frage kommenden ursächlichen Ereignissen.
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    Eine perinatale Schädigung der Darmwand mit

     
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    einer intestinalen Infektion.

     

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