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Radiologische Diagnostik

  • R. Schuster
  • I. Erkelenz
  • H.-J. v. Romatowski
  • H. Klengel
  • E. Bucheler
  • R. Maas
  • E. Grabbe
  • U. R. Folsch
  • G. Buttermann

Zusammenfassung

Bei allen akuten Krankheiten mit einer abdominalen Symptomatik sollte zunachst eine Nativ aufnahme des Abdomens im Stehen oder in linker Seitenlage im horizontalen Strahlengang angefertigt werden Auf der Übersichtsaufnahme im Stehen lassen sich bei Perforation eines Hohlorgans subphrenisch gelegene Luftsicheln nachweisen Gasmengen bis zu wenigen ml konnen bei der Linksseitenlage zwischen Leber und Thoraxwand sichtbar werden, da es in dieser Position zu keiner Überlagerung durch Magen-, Luft- oder Lungenanteile kommt [33]

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  • R. Schuster
  • I. Erkelenz
  • H.-J. v. Romatowski
  • H. Klengel
  • E. Bucheler
  • R. Maas
  • E. Grabbe
  • U. R. Folsch
  • G. Buttermann

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