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Neuropathien aufgrund peripherer Gefäßveränderungen

  • J. M. Schröder

Zusammenfassung

Neuropathien gibt es bei zahlreichen verschiedenartigen peripheren Gefäßerkrankungen (s. Abb. 30.2). Ischämien entstehen durch
  • Verschlüsse großer Arterien bei Arteriosklerose, Embolien und Vaskulitiden, z. B. Panarteriitis nodosa oder Thrombangiitis obliterans (Winiwarter-Buerger),

  • Kompressionen (Traumen, Tumoren, Tourniquets),

  • Kompartmentsyndrome (z. B. Tibialis-anterior-Syndrom).

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