Die tubulären Nierensyndrome

  • F. Reubi
Part of the Ergebnisse der Inneren Medizin und Kinderheilkunde book series (KINDERHEILK. NF, volume 9)


Die Nomenklatur der verschiedenen Abschnitte des Tubulus ist etwas irreführend, weil beinahe jeder Autor eine andere Bezeichnung empfiehlt. Die in den deutschsprachigen Ländern am meisten gebrauchte Einteilung nach v. Möllendorf (177) läßt sich u. E. mit Vorteil etwas vereinfachen. Für das Verständnis physiologischer und pathophysiologischer Prozesse ist eine zu feine Differenzierung sicher überflüssig.


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