Ätiologie, Diagnostik und Therapie des Tumorschmerzes

  • I. Kiss
  • St. von Westphalen
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Zusammenfassung

Für die Ärzte unserer Väter und Großväter bedeutete Krebstherapie in den meisten Fällen Schmerztherapie. Diese Schmerztherapie bestand in der hochdosierten Gabe von Opiaten.

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  • St. von Westphalen

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