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Über den Pfortaderhochdruck und seine chirurgischen Indikationen

mit einem tierexperimentellen Beitrag über Druck- und Stromverhältnisse bei portocavalen Anastomosen
  • R. Berchtold
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Part of the Ergebnisse der Chirurgie und Orthopädie book series (ERGEB.CHIRURGIE, volume 43)

Zusammenfassung

Der Symptomenkomplex der portalen Hypertension ist seit Ende des letzten Jahrhunderts bekannt. Die erste Ecksche Fistel am Menschen wurde schon 1903 ausgeführt. Die chirurgische Behandlung des Pfortaderhochdrucks hat sich jedoch erst in den letzten 10 Jahren zunehmend durchgesetzt, dank den Fortschritten der Diagnostik über die Natur und Lokalisation des Pfortaderhindernisses, dank den Erkenntnissen über die Lebertherapie und dank den Fortschritten der Anaesthesie und der operativen Technik.

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