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Klinische Indikation Spezieller Teil

  • G. W. Kauffmann
  • V. Hoffmann

Zusammenfassung

Die Behandlung der Bronchialarterienblutung stellt ein Spezialverfahren dar, das von einer zunehmenden Zahl interventionell tätiger Radiologen beherrscht wird. Meist werden die entsprechenden Erfahrungen jedoch am ehesten im Umfeld einer großen thoraxchirurgischen Abteilung bzw. Klinik erworben.

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