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Morbus Boeck

  • W. Löffler
  • W. BehrensJr.
Part of the Handbuch der Inneren Medizin book series (INNEREN, volume Teil 3)

Zusammenfassung

Der Morbus Boeck ist ein Leiden unbekannter Ätiologie. Er ist pathologischanatomisch gekennzeichnet durch das Vorhandensein von Epitheloidzelltuberkeln in irgendeinem Organ oder Gewebe, wobei die Nekrose meist fehlt. Häufig finden sich in den Riesenzellen dieser Tuberkel doppelbrechende bzw. verkalkte Einschlußkörperchen. Die epitheloidzelligen Granulome können durch Fibrose und Hyalin ersetzt werden.

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