Anomalien auf Vorhofebene

  • A. Krian
  • J. Ostermeyer
  • W. Bircks
Part of the Kirschnersche allgemeine und spezielle Operationslehre book series (OPERATIONSLEHRE, volume 6 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Unter dem Begriff „Vorhofscheidewanddefekt” (atrial septal defect: ASD) ist eine Reihe von Fehlbildungen im Bereich des Vorhofseptums zusam-mengefaßt, die hinsichtlich Lage, Größe und Form differieren. Gemeinsam sind ihnen gleichartige pathophysiologische Auswirkungen auf das Herz selbst sowie auf den gesamten Organismus, deren Vorbeugung und Beseitigung Ziele der operativen Behandlung darstellen, insbesondere der Links-rechts-Shunt mit seinen hämodynamischen Auswirkungen sowie die Gefahr einer sog. „gekreuzten” (paradoxen) Embolie.

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