Pathogenese des Ulcus duodeni

  • R. Arnold
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Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)


Unter einem Ulcus duodeni versteht man einen runden, ovalen oder elliptischen Schleimhautdefekt, der kraterförmig über die Lamina muscularis mucosae hinaus in die Duodenalwand penetrieren kann. Im Gegensatz dazu besteht eine Erosion aus einer umschriebenen oberflächlichen, die Lamina muscularis mucosae nicht überschreitenden Nekrose.


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