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Krankheiten des renalen Tubulussystems

  • F. Hildebrandt
  • M. Brandis


Die Aufgabe des renalen Tubulussystems besteht in der Rückresorption von Wasser und gelösten Substanzen aus dem Glomerulumfiltrat.


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  • M. Brandis

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