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Chirurgie pp 113-127 | Cite as

Wunde, Wundheilung und Wundbehandlung

  • H. D. Becker
  • S. Coerper
Part of the Springer Lehrbuch book series (SLB)

Zusammenfassung

Wundheilung als Voraussetzung und zentrales Interesse chirurgischer Therapie hat Chirurgen aller Zeiten fasziniert. Die vergleichende Morphologie des Tierreiches kennt ein buntes Spektrum verschiedenster Regenerationsmöglichkeiten. Phänomene wie Metamorphose, Regulation (Ergänzung zum Gesamtorganismus nach Verlust von Teilanlagen in der embryonaen Entwicklung), Morphallaxie (Ausbildung des Gesamtorganismus aus Teilanlagen) und Regeneration im Spezielln (Ersatz eines verlorenen Gliedes nach der Embryonalzeit). Dem Säugetier und insbesondere dem Menschen bleibt mit wenigen Ausnahmen praktisch nur die Reparation, d.h. Defektauffüllung durch Elemente des Stützgewebes. An der Körperoberfläche vermag die Haut die Bindegewebenarbe mit Epithel zu bedecken. Gefäße sind durch Sprossung, Knochengewebe und Sehnen z.B. durch Neubildung zu organotischer Regeneration fähig

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