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Erkrankungen der Hirnnerven und des Hirnstamms

  • P. Berlit

Zusammenfassung

Erkrankungen der Hirnnerven und des Hirnstamms führen häufig zu einer erheblichen Belastung der Patienten. Um so wichtiger ist eine schnelle und exakte topographische Zuordnung der klinischen Syndrome. Die auf den Befunden der klinisch-neurologischen Untersuchung basierenden Zusatzuntersuchungen helfen bei der ätiologischen Zuordnung und bestimmen das weitere therapeutische Procedere.

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