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Skelettmuskulatur

  • J. M. Schröder
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Zusammenfassung

Die Diagnostik der Skelettmuskelerkrankungen hat in den letzten 10 bis 20 Jahren außerordentliche Fortschritte erfahren, die vor allem auf die Entwicklung neuer Methoden in der Histochemie, Zytochemie, Biochemie und Elektronenmikroskopie zurückzuführen sind. Inzwischen sind etwa 120 eigenständige Muskelerkrankungen zu differenzieren, und in einer internationalen Klassifikation sämtlicher bekannter neuromuskulärer Krankheiten, die von einer internationalen Forschergruppe unter der Federführung von J.N.Walton (1968)28 aufgestellt worden ist, sind mehr als 600 Einzelpositionen aufgeführt, bei denen die Skelettmuskulatur primär oder sekundär betroffen ist.

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