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Aortenstenose

  • H. Roskamm
  • H. Reindell
  • J. Barmeyer
  • P. Bubenheimer
  • Ch. Gohlke-Bärwolf
  • H. Gohlke
  • H. Eichstädt
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Zusammenfassung

Aortenstenosen kommen als angeborene und erworbene Formen vor. Nach dem anatomischen Sitz der Strombahneinengung lassen sich bei den angeborenen Formen 3 Typen unterscheiden:
  • valvuläre Aortenstenose,

  • subvalvuläre Aortenstenose,

  • supravalvuläre Aortenstenose.

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  • H. Roskamm
  • H. Reindell
  • J. Barmeyer
  • P. Bubenheimer
  • Ch. Gohlke-Bärwolf
  • H. Gohlke
  • H. Eichstädt

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