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Nierenkrankheiten pp 2571-2619 | Cite as

Niere bei Endokrinopathien

  • A. Labhart
  • W. Scheitlin
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 8 / 0)

Zusammenfassung

Die Niere wird in ihrer Funktion maßgeblich von den zwei Haupthormonen der Nebennierenrinde, dem Glucocorticoid Cortisol und dem Mineralocorticoid Aldosteron beeinflußt. Das Corticosteron, das eine Mittelstellung zwischen den Gluco— und Mineralocorticoiden einnimmt, spielt beim Menschen eine untergeordnete Rolle und den Nebennieren-Androgenen kommt keine physiologische Bedeutung zu.

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