Kinderurologie pp 107-114 | Cite as

Prune-belly-(„Pflaumenbauch-“)Syndrom (PBS)

  • A. Sigel
  • W. Rösch

Zusammenfassung

Dieses Syndrom ist eine Kombination schwerwiegender Urodysplasie und ventral-kaudaler Aplasie der muskulären Bauchdecke. Das Verständnis erschließt sich nicht einfach. Die Morbidität liegt bei 1:400000 Geburten.

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  • W. Rösch

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