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Lungenembolien

  • D. Walmrath
  • F. Grimminger
  • W. Seeger

Zusammenfassung

Die Verschleppung thrombotischen Materials aus dem venösen Schenkel des Kreislaufs oder dem rechten Herzen mit Verlegung der pulmonalen Strombahn wird als Thromboembolie oder Lungenembolie bezeichnet. Verbunden sein kann ein solches Ereignis mit ausgeprägten Veränderungen der Hämodynamik und des Gasaustausches.

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  • D. Walmrath
  • F. Grimminger
  • W. Seeger

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