Erkrankungen des Dünn- und Dickdarms

  • S. Koletzko

Zusammenfassung

Nach den Missbildungen des Herzens und der Nieren kommen die Fehlbildungen des Gastrointestinaltrakts als dritthäufigste Ursache von Organmalformationen vor. Nicht selten sind sie Teilsymptom klinischer Syndrome.

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