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Spezielles bei penetrierenden Thoraxverletzungen

  • Werner Glinz
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Zusammenfassung

Klinik und Behandlung penetrierender Verletzungen der einzelnen intrathorakalen Strukturen und Organe sind in den speziellen Kapiteln beschrieben. Einige allgemeine Gesichtspunkte sollen hier gesondert zusammengefaßt werden.

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  • Werner Glinz
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  1. 1.ZürichSchweiz

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