Nierenkrankheiten pp 1868-2036 | Cite as

Pyelonephritis und chronische interstitielle Nephritis

  • H. Berning
  • K. G. Thiele
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 8 / 0)

Zusammenfassung

Der Umfang der wissenschaftlichen Bearbeitung einer Krankheit, der sich im Schrifttum kundtut, beeinflußt die ärztliche Auffassung über die klinische Bedeutung und Frequenz dieser Erkrankung. Die Formung der Meinungsbildung erfolgt um so stärker, je gewichtiger die auf diesem Gebiet tätige wissenschaftliche Schule ist. Die dominierende Rolle Volhards und seiner Schüler trat auf dem Gebiete der Nierenentzündungen besonders bei der Glomerulonephritis zutage, die damit im Mittelpunkt der entzündlichen Nierenerkrankungen stand. Die häufigste Form der Nierenentzündungen überhaupt, die Pyelonephritis, erfährt erst im letzten Jahrzehnt langsam zunehmend die klinische Wertung, die sie verdient.

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