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Die Pathogenese des kardialen Ödems

  • K. O. Stumpe
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 9 / 4)

Zusammenfassung

Eine dauerhafte Reduktion des von der linken Herzkammer gepumpten Blutvolumens und ein Versagen eines oder beider Ventrikel, die normale Fraktion ihres enddiastolischen Blutvolumens auszuwerfen, löst einen komplexen Ablauf von Adjustierungen aus, an dessem Ende eine abnorme Akkumulation von Flüssigkeit steht, die klinisch als Ödem imponieren kann. Diese Flüssigkeitsretention muß als Kompensationsmechanismus angesehen werden, mit dessen Hilfe der Organismus versucht, das Herzzeitvolumen und damit die Perfusion lebenswichtiger Organe aufrechtzuerhalten (Peters 1952).

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