Morbus Perthes-Legg-Calvé

  • H. Hauke

Zusammenfassung

Die Benennung der Erkrankung erfolgte nach den Autoren, die sich zuerst und ausführlicher damit befaßt haben. Obwohl nicht an der Spitze der zeitlichen Reihenfolge der Publikation stehend, muß Perthes der Verdienst zugeschrieben werden, das Krankheitsbild scharf umrissen und abgegrenzt zu haben, besonders als er einige Jahre nach seiner Erstpublikation im Jahre 1910 erstmals über histologische Untersuchungen berichtete und das Leiden differentialdiagnostisch vor allem von der Hüftgelenktuberkulose abtrennte.

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