Die intraoperative Ballondilatation — Indikationen und Probleme

  • U. Quellmalz
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Zusammenfassung

Die recht spärliche Literatur über intraoperative Dilatationen beschränkt sich überwiegend auf Fallreports und -aufzählungen (2, 7–9). Indikatorische Fragen werden eher nebenbei und sehr vorsichtig behandelt (1, 4, 12).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • U. Quellmalz
    • 1
    • 2
  1. 1.Gefäßchirurgische Klinik (Chefarzt: Prof. Dr. H. Müller-Wiefel)St. Johannes-HospitalDuisburg-HambornGermany
  2. 2.Gefäßchirurgische KlinikSt. Johannes-HospitalDuisburg 11Germany

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