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Labordiagnostik von Pankreasfunktionsstörungen

  • Gabriele Halwachs-Baumann
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Die Aufgabe des Pankreas umfasst einerseits die exokrine Sekretion von Verdauungsenzymen, andererseits die endokrine Sekretion von Hormonen, die den Glucosestoffwechsel regulieren. Durch diese unterschiedlichen Funktionen dieses Organs treten unterschiedliche Erkrankungen bei einer Beeinträchtigung der Bauchspeicheldrüse auf, die unterschiedliche diagnostische Strategien erfordern.

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  • Gabriele Halwachs-Baumann
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  1. 1.Institut für Medizinische und Chemische Labordiagnostik, Krankenhaus SteyrSteyrÖsterreich

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