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Entzündliche Erkrankungen des Herzens, erworbene Herzfehler

  • A. A. Schmaltz
  • H. Netz
  • H.-H. Kramer

Zusammenfassung

Gewisse Vorstellungen von entzündlichen Herzerkrankungen gehen bis in das 18. Jahrhundert zurück. Jedoch bildet erst die Verbesserung optischer Beobachtungsmöglichkeiten mittels Mikroskop eine sichere Basis für die Erkennung der Myokarditis — ein Begriff, der 1837 von J. F. Sobernheim [15] eingeführt wurde. Später sind die Namen Fiedler (1899), Aschoff (1904) und Wenckebach (1916) mit diesem Thema verbunden. 1986 schließlich trafen sich in Dallas führende angloamerikanische Pathologen und einigten sich auf eine neue Klassifikation der histologischen Befunde der Virusmyokarditis [1].

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  • A. A. Schmaltz
  • H. Netz
  • H.-H. Kramer

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