Malignome in der Schwangerschaft

  • A. Scharl
  • A. Ahr
  • U.-J. Göhring

Zusammenfassung

Krebserkrankungen während der Schwangerschaft sind selten und komplizieren etwa 1 von 1000 Lebendgeburten. Eine Schwangerschaft erhöht nicht das Risiko für das Auftreten eines Malignoms.

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  • A. Scharl
  • A. Ahr
  • U.-J. Göhring

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