Ektopische Calcifikation und Ossifikation

  • G. Wilhelm
Part of the Handbuch der Kinderheilkunde book series (HDB KINDERHEIL, volume 6)

Zusammenfassung

Unter ektopischer Calcifikation und Ossifikation verstehen wir alle Verkalkungen und Verknöcherungen außerhalb des Skeletsystems. Beim Menschen ist dies stets ein pathologisches Geschehen. Im Tierreich treten solche Verkalkungen und Verknöcherungen vielfach physiologisch auf. Um ein Verständnis der Vorgänge, denen verschiedenste Ursachen zugrunde liegen, zu erhalten, erscheint es notwendig, zuerst die heute gültigen Vorstellungen über das normale und pathologische Verkalkungsgeschehen zu skizzieren.

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