Elektive Behandlung gastrointestinaler Blutungen bei portaler Hypertension

  • J. N. Maillard
  • Y. Flamant
  • D. Grange
  • J. R. Siewert
  • W. Creutzfeldt

Zusammenfassung

Zwei grundsätzlich unterschiedliche Verfahren, welche eine gastrointestinale Blutung bei portaler Hypertension (PH) verhindern können, sind zu unterscheiden:
  • die portocavale Ableitung, welche eine Herabsetzung des portocavalen Druckgradienten herbeiführt, und

  • die direkte Chirurgie an den Oesophagusvaricen, die als Palliativmaßnahme anzusehen ist, da sie den erhöhten Druck im Pfortadersystem nicht beseitigt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. N. Maillard
  • Y. Flamant
  • D. Grange
  • J. R. Siewert
  • W. Creutzfeldt

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