Genetik der hämorrhagischen Diathesen

  • Ernst G. Jung
Part of the Handbuch der Haut- und Geschlechtskrankheiten book series (894)

Zusammenfassung

Hämorrhagische Diathesen sind gekennzeichnet durch pathologische Blutungen und gestörte Blutstillung. Zumeist handelt es sich um systematisierte Veränderungen oder Erkrankungen von Gefäßen, Thrombocyten und Gerinnungsfaktoren, welche einerseits erworben, andererseits Ausdruck einer genetischen Störung sind.

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