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Behandlung erregernegativer und chronischer Diarrhöen bei Aids-Patienten

  • H.-J. Stellbrink
  • A. Raedler
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Zusammenfassung

Die Ursachen der Diarrhö bei Aids-Patienten sind mannigfaltig [13, 23, 30, 32]. Eine Vielzahl bakterieller Erreger (Salmonella spp., Campylobacter spp. etc.), Protozoen (Kryptosporidien, Giardia lamblia, Mikrosporidien, Amöben), Pilze (Histoplasma capsulatum) und Viren (Zytomegalievirus, Adenoviren, Rotaviren) werden als kausale Agenzien plausibel gemacht. In etlichen Fällen jedoch bleibt die Erregersuche vergeblich, so daß der Begriff „Aids-Enteropathie“ geprägt wurde [18]. Allerdings ist zu vermuten, daß die Symptomatik in der überwiegenden Anzahl der Fälle auf Infektionen beruht, die sich derzeit noch nicht oder nicht zweifelsfrei diagnostizieren lassen.

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  • A. Raedler

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