Das Herz und der Kreislauf bei den Hyperthyreotikern

  • Héctor Gotta

Zusammenfassung

Bis noch vor wenigen Jahren wurde allgemein angenommen, daß der Hyperthyreoidismus ein bestimmtes, organisches Herzleiden verursache. Jedoch haben genauere Untersuchungen diese Lehre erschüttert und es besteht heutzutage die Neigung, den organischen Charakter des Leidens zu verneinen.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Héctor Gotta
    • 1
  1. 1.Buenos AiresArgentinien

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