Seltene Herzerkrankungen

  • R. H. G. Schwinger


Seltene Herzerkrankungen finden sich als Folge einer perikardialen, myokardialen oder endokardialen Beteiligung bei verschiedenen seltenen Infektionserregern (z. B. Lyme-Karditis bei Borreliose, Herzbefall bei Echinokokkose, Pilzendomyokarditis), infolge toxischer Schädigungen, als kardiale Mitbeteiligung bei seltenen Formen der sekundären Kardiomyopathie (Speicherkrankheiten, Beriberi-Krankheit, M. Kawasaki, Karzinoidsyndrom etc.), im Rahmen einer Herzbeteiligung bei neuromuskulären Erkrankungen, als kardiale Manifestation bei verschiedenen endokrinologischen Erkrankungen (z. B. M. Cushing, Hyperthyreose, Phäochromozytom etc.) sowie im Rahmen verschiedener kongenitaler Syndrome mit kardialer Beteiligung (z. B. Holt-Oram-Syndrom, KartagenerSyndrom, Laurence-Moon-Biedl-Bardet-Syndrom, Rubinstein-Taybi-Syndrom u. a.).


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