Aneurysma

  • H. Rieger
  • G. Küffer
  • F. A. Spengel

Zusammenfassung

Der Begriff Aneurysma stammt aus dem Griechischen und meint Aufweitung, Erweiterung. Es werden im medizinischen Sprachgebrauch 3 besondere pathologisch-anatomische Formen umschriebener oder segmentförmiger Arterienwandveränderungen als Aneurysma bezeichnet:
  • • Aneurysma verum,

  • • Aneurysma dissecans,

  • • Aneurysma spurium oder Aneurysma falsum.

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