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Fehlbildungen der Lungengefäße

  • F. Grimminger
  • D. Schranz
  • W. Seeger

Zusammenfassung

Abnormitäten der Lungengefäße können bei einer Vielzahl von kongenitalen Fehlbildungen beobachtet werden, treten aber auch als erworbene Krankheitsbilder klinisch in Erscheinung. Neben verschiedenen angeborenen Fehlbildungen der großen Lungengefäße sind die erworbenen und kongenitalen Formen der arteriovenösen Fisteln in der Lunge hervorzuheben, ebenso wie die aneurysmatischen Fehlbildungen von Lungenarterien und -venen. Die folgende Einteilung orientiert sich an der anatomischen Lokalisation der Gefäßveränderungen und umfasst drei Gruppen.

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  • F. Grimminger
  • D. Schranz
  • W. Seeger

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