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Vasopressin (Rolle des antidiuretischen Hormons in der Ödempathogenese)

  • E. Uhlich
Part of the Handbuch der inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 9 / 4)

Zusammenfassung

In jüngster Zeit ist die Kenntnis über Vasopressin-(ADH-)vermittelte Funktionsabläufe verschiedener Kreislaufparameter um wichtige Detailinformationen (Gefäßkontraktilität, Transmitterfunktion, hormonelle Interaktionen) erweitert worden. Andere Probleme sind im Widerspruch unterschiedlicher experimenteller Ergebnisse ungelöst geblieben, beispielsweise die kausale Bedeutung atrialer Dehnungsrezeptoren für die Ödempathogenese bei der Herzinsuffizienz.

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