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Periarteriitis nodosa

Kussmaulsche Krankheit
  • Friedrich Portwich
Part of the Ergebnisse der Inneren Medizin und Kinderheilkunde book series (KINDERHEILK. NF, volume 12)

Zusammenfassung

Die seit über 90 Jahren als eine selbständige Krankheit bekannte Periarteriitis nodosa (P. n.) hat seit ihrer ersten Beobachtung viele Wandlungen in der Auffassung ihrer Ätiologie, in der Beurteilung des klinischen Bildes und der pathologisch-anatomischen sowie histologischen Befunde und in der Frage nach dem Wesen und der Prognose der Erkrankung erfahren, ohne daß es indessen gelungen wäre, alle Eigenarten dieser Krankheit gültig zu klären. Die Hinweise aus fast allen Teilen der Welt auf eine Zunahme der P. n., ihre Beziehungen zu der neuerdings von Zeek [2] beschriebenen “Hypersensitivity angiitis” und anderen nekrotisierenden Arteriitiden, sowie ihre Einordnung in die Gruppe der mesenchymalen Erkrankungen, die nach der Arbeitshypothese Klemperer s als Kollagenkrankheiten nun auch in der Klinik immer breitere Bedeutung erlangen, eröffnen neue Zusammenhänge und Gesichtspunkte und bewirkten ein dauerndes Interesse an dieser Erkrankung.

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