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Metabolik nach Mainz-Pouch I

  • R. Stein
  • J. Lotz
  • M. Fisch
  • G. D’Elia
  • W. Prellwitz
  • R. Hohenfellner
  • J. W. Thüroff
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Zusammenfassung

Seit 1852 J. Simon beim Menschen erstmals die Harnableitung über das Rektum versuchte, wurden zunehmend häufiger Darmsegmente zur Rekonstruktion des Urogenitaltraktes verwendet [1, 11, 20, 29, 32].

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Stein
  • J. Lotz
  • M. Fisch
  • G. D’Elia
  • W. Prellwitz
  • R. Hohenfellner
  • J. W. Thüroff

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