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Kalzinosen der Haut

  • Edouard Grosshans
  • Bernard Cribier
Conference paper
Part of the Der Hautarzt book series (VDGDERMATOLOGIE, volume 36)

Zusammenfassung

Die Ursachen von Ablagerungen in der Haut von Kalksalzen als amorphes Kalziumphosphat untermischt mit kleineren Mengen von Kalziumkarbonat werden unterschiedlich dargestellt. Die übliche Unterteilung in metastatische, metabolische, dystrophische und idiopathische Kalzinosen ist nicht sehr zufriedenstellend, insbesondere wegen der zahlreichen Überlappungen der sogenannten metabolischen und dystrophischen Kalzinosen und der Ungenauigkeit dieser beiden Bezeichnungen. Wir unterscheiden neben den idiopathischen Varianten die generalisierten Kalzinosen bekannter Ursache mit Kalzium- und Phosphatstoffwechselstörungen und die sekundären Kalzinosen, die keine vorangehende Stoffwechselstörungen betragen. Diese letzteren sind entweder generalisiert und manchmal das maßgebende Leitsymptom für Diagnosis und Prognosis oder lokalisiert und hautbeschränkt (Tabelle 1).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Edouard Grosshans
    • 1
  • Bernard Cribier
    • 1
  1. 1.Clinique Dermatologique, Faculte de MedecineUniversite Louis PasteurStrasbourg CedexGermany

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