Hämatologische Probleme

  • E. Kattner
Part of the Kliniktaschenbücher book series (KTB)


Diese variieren in Abhängigkeit von Gestations- und postnatalem Alter. Typische Mittelwerte zeigt Tabelle 15.1. Im einzelnen sind große Schwankungen möglich und deren Verläufe besonders zu beachten.


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