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Nierenverletzungen

  • W. F. Thon
  • U. Jonas
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Zusammenfassung

In der Behandlung von Nierentraumen ist in den letzten Jahren zunehmend die Tendenz zur konservativen nichtoperativen Therapie festzustellen. Das mit den Fortschritten in der bildgebenden Diagnostik verbesserte Staging der Nierenverletzung hat die Indikation zur operativen Freilegung und Rekonstruktion der verletzten Niere neu definiert.

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