Pathologisch-anatomische Grundlagen der renalen Hypertonie

  • D. Meyer
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Part of the Verhandlungsbericht der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Urologie book series (VBDGUROLOGIE, volume 23)

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff „renale Hypertonie“ beinhaltet einen Kausalzusammenhang, dessen Existenz zwar sehr lange schon empirisch erfaßt worden ist, der aber erst während der vergangenen 4 Jahrzehnte in seinen physiologischen, morphologischen und biochemischen Einzelheiten weitgehend aufgeklärt werden konnte.

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  • D. Meyer
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  1. 1.Patholog. Inst. d. UniversitätTübingenDeutschland

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