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Die Ewingtumoren oder Omoblastome des Knochens

Differentialdiagnostische und kritische Erörterungen
  • Jörn F. J. Bethge
Part of the Ergebnisse der Chirurgie und Orthopädie book series (ERGEB.CHIRURGIE, volume 39)

Zusammenfassung

Rundzellensarkome des Knochens sind seit der Mitte des vorigen Jahrhunderts bekannt. Virchow (414), Lücke (252) und Billroth (18) haben sie als Erste beschrieben.

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