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Die Endokard-Fibroelastose

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Part of the Ergebnisse der Inneren Medizin und Kinderheilkunde book series (KINDERHEILK. NF, volume 12)

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Die folgende Darstellung beabsichtigt einen Überblick über den gegenwärtigen Stand unseres Wissens über die Endokard-Fibroelastose zu geben, eine Affektion, die trotz ihrer auffallenden klinischen und faszinierenden anatomischen Manifestationen nicht allgemein bekannt und nicht entsprechend gewürdigt ist. Der Versuch einer monographischen Darstellung ist nicht beabsichtigt und wäre verfrüht; Ätiologie und Pathogenese sind unklar und es besteht keine Übereinstimmung hinsichtlich der Stellung der Endokardfibrose im System der angeborenen Herzkrankheiten. Es soll daher keine detaillierte Schilderung aller klinischen Zeichen gegeben werden; in Hunderten von Krankengeschichten ist die wenig abwechslungsreiche Symptomatologie dargelegt. Ich möchte vielmehr auf Eigenarten im Krankheitsbilde hinweisen, deren Besonderheit zur Diagnose der Endokardsklerose in vivo verhelfen kann.

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