Konventionelle und intrakardiale Elektrokardiographie

  • D. Kalusche
  • G. Csapo

Zusammenfassung

In diesem Kapitel soll keine systematische Darstellung des EKG in allen Einzelheiten erfolgen. Es sei zu diesem Zweck u.a. auf die Monographien von Bayés de Luna (1987); Börger u. v. Olshausen (1994); Cooksey et al. (1977); Csapo u. Kalusche (1989); Heinecker (1992); Lipman et al (1984); Lüderitz (1979); Macfarlane u. Lawrie (1989); Seipel (1987) und So (1993) verwiesen. Das Kapitel enthält die wichtigsten Aspekte des konventionellen und intrakardialen Eiektrokardiogrammes. Es folgt eine Darstellung der Normalbefunde beider Methoden sowie ihrer Beeinflussung durch physiologische Gegebenheiten. Das pathologische Elektrokardiogramm wird formal beschreibend dargestellt — unabhängig von der Ätiologie der zugrundeliegenden Erkrankungen; selbst transmurale „Infarktbilder“ im EKG können, wenn auch selten, durch eine transmurale Nekrotisierung bei Myokarditis oder im Rahmen einer Kardiomyopathie entstehen. Erregungsbildungs- und Leitungsstörungen werden in einem getrennten Kapitel (s. Kap. 25, S. 475) beschrieben.

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