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15 Fysiotechniek

  • H.P.M. Verdonk
Chapter

Samenvatting

Een insufficiënt lymfesysteem kan aanleiding geven tot oedeemvorming. Een oedeem duidt op insufficiëntie van het lymfesysteem als vocht en eiwitten uit het interstitium onvoldoende worden afgevoerd.

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Afbeeldingen

  1. Afbeelding 15.1 en 15.2: Erdl R, et al. Kaltevasokonstriktion, Kaltedilatation und reactive Hyperaemie der Haut. Z Phys Med Baln Med Klim 1987;16:94–98.Google Scholar
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