Zentrale Hämodynamik und Herzfunktion bei Hypertonie

  • H. Just
  • B. E. Strauer

Zusammenfassung

Über den komplexen Pathomechanismus des Hochdrucks besitzen wir zahlreiche Kenntnisse aus einer kaum noch übersehbaren Zahl von Veröffentlichungen. Jedoch ist eine schlüssige Aufdeckung der pathophysiologischen Zusammenhänge bisher nicht gelungen. Viele Fragen bleiben noch offen. Wir wollen im folgenden versuchen, unsere heutigen Kenntnisse über die Dynamik des Kreislaufs im zentralen, herznahen Bereich der Zirkulation und der Funktion des Herzens darzustellen.

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