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Pathophysiologie des Morbus Menière

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Der französische Arzt Prosper Menière beschrieb 1861 eindrucksvoll ein Krankheitsbild, das bis dahin für eine Hirnkrankheit gehalten wurde. Ausgeführt werden die uns bekannten (pathopyhsiologischen) Grundlagen der nach P. Menère benannten Erkrankung.

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Schaaf, H. (2017). Pathophysiologie des Morbus Menière. In: Morbus Menière. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-52976-8_3

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