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Thoraxwanderkrankungen

  • J. Hasse
  • L. Brethner

Zusammenfassung

Die größte klinische und zahlenmäßige Relevanz haben Pectus excavatum (Trichterbrust) und Pectus carinatum (Kielbrust), wesentlich seltener sind hypoplastische Veränderung im Rahmen des Poland-Syndroms, sternale Spaltbildungen, die angeborene thorakale Dystrophie („Jeune’s disease“) und das ebenfalls autosomal-rezessiv vererbbare Jarcho-Levin-Syndrom, die spondylothorakale Dysplasie.

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  • L. Brethner

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