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Nierenkrankheiten pp 2672-2773 | Cite as

Über die (aseptische) Harnstauungsniere

  • E. Matouschek
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume 8 / 0)

Zusammenfassung

Dossot wies darauf hin, daß die Beschreibung der Harnstauungsniere und ihrer Ursachen nicht nur die Aufzählung so gut wie aller die harnleitenden Wege betreffenden Erkrankungen erfordert, sondern darüber hinaus auch die Beschreibung einer Anzahl krankhafter Zustände anderer Systeme notwendig macht. Eine im Rahmen eines begrenzten Handbuchbeitrages gegebene Darstellung der Harnstauungsniere, ihrer Ätiologie, Pathophysiologic, Histologie, Diagnostik und Klinik kann naturgemäß nur einen skizzenhaften und unvollständigen Überblick über dieses große Gebiet geben. Bewußt mußte manchmal auf die Vollständigkeit der Darstellung verzichtet werden, wobei allerdings versucht wurde, die den Internisten besonders interessierenden Themen hinreichend zu berücksichtigen.

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