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Perfusionsstörungen des Knochens und Knochenmarks

  • J. Freyschmidt

Zusammenfassung

Perfusionsstörungen des Knochens (Hypoperfusion, Nonperfusion, Hyperperfusion) können zu den verschiedensten Krankheitsbildern führen, deren Spektrum von der Osteonekrose, der Knochenmarknekrose über Reflexdystrophien bis hin zu transitorischem Ödem und transitorischer Osteoporose reicht. Die meisten dieser Krankheitsbilder sind früh (Osteonekrose, Knochemmarknekrose) oder überhaupt erst mit MRT zu visualisieren.

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