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Linksventrikuläre Thromben — Morphologie, Verlauf, therapeutische Konsequenzen

  • L. Görnandt

Zusammenfassung

Die häufigste Komplikation im Rahmen eines Myokardinfarktes besteht in der Entwicklung eines linksventrikulären Thrombus. Dabei stellt dieser per se noch gar nicht das eigentliche Problem dar, aber er beinhaltet die Gefahr einer arteriellen Embolie, die klinisch als zerebrale oder periphere Embolie in Erscheinung tritt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • L. Görnandt
    • 1
  1. 1.Benedikt-Kreutz-Rehabilitationszentrum für Herz- und KreislaufkrankeBad KrozingenDeutschland

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