Perikarditis

  • B. Maisch
  • M. Herzum

Zusammenfassung

Herzbeutelerkrankungen umfassen sterile und infektiöse Entzündungen des Epi- und Perikards mit und ohne Ergußbildung, den neoplastischen Perikarderguß sowie die chronische Perikarditisund Pericarditis constrictivaals Folgezustände der akuten Perikarditis. Unter Concretio pericardiiversteht man Verwachsungen des viszeralen mit dem parietalen Perikardblatt, unter Accretio pericardiidie Verwachsungen des parietalen Perikardblatts mit der Umgebung.

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