Mißbildungen und Anomalien der Lunge

  • M. Vogel
Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 16)

Zusammenfassung

Fehlbildungen der Lunge sind gemessen an der großen Zahl erworbener pulmonaler Erkrankungen selten. In einem Obduktionsgut können bei etwa jedem 7. Kind (d.h. Totgeborene ab 28. SSW und Lebendgeborene bis zum vollendeten 14. Lebensjahr) mit Mißbildungen auch Fehlbildungen der Lunge gefunden werden. Zschoch u. Mahnke (1968) gaben - bezogen auf annähernd 12000 Kindersektionen - eine Frequenz von Mißbildungen der Atmungsorgane von 2,2% an.

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