Anästhesie pp 297-334 | Cite as

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  • Peter Biro
  • Thomas Pasch

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Parkinsonismus Paralysis agitans Schüttellähmung Pallidum-Sy akinetisch-hypokinetisch-rigides Sy striäres extrapyramidales Sy. Morbus Hurler Mukopolysaccharidose Typ 1H Lipochondrodystrophie Dysostosis multiplex Gargoylismus. Hyperhormonales Nebennierenmark-Sy engl „phaeochromocytoma“. Kongenitale Mikrogenie und Glossoptose. Morbus Vaquez-Osler Erythrämie. Prader-Labhardt-Willi-Sy. EPH-Gestose Schwangerschaftstoxikose Toxämie. Benigne Leiomyomatose Hämangioperizytom Angioleiomyomatosis benigna. Spastisches Pylorus-Sy hypertrophische Pylorusstenose Pylorospasmus Kardiaspasmus. 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Peter Biro
    • 1
  • Thomas Pasch
    • 1
  1. 1.Institut für AnästhesiologieUniversitätsspital ZürichZürichSchweiz

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