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Ätiologie und Diagnostik erworbener Herzklappenfehler

  • H. Simon

Zusammenfassung

Für die Entstehung von Klappenerkrankungen kommen sehr viele Ursachen in Betracht, wobei diese wiederum von Klappenfehler zu Klappenfehler sehr stark variieren. Aus diesem Grund werden die verschiedenen auslösenden Faktoren für die einzelnen Klappenerkrankungen getrennt besprochen.

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