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Title: Chirurgie der Thymusdrüse
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Klose, Heinrich, 1879-
Subjects: Thymus Physiology Thymus
Publisher: Stuttgart : Ferdinand Enke
Contributing Library: Yale University, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library
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ldes wird gewöhnlichzwischen dem 6.—12. Lebeiismonat erreicht. Zugleich mit der Häufigkeitsteigert sich auch die Intensität der Anfälle in einer chronischen mehrweniger ausgesprochenen Dyspnoe. Moizard sagt: „Sur ce fond 136 Klinik der Thymushyperplasie und des Status thymo-lymphaticus. commun de dyspnee permanente avec tirage viennent se grefler des ac-cidents plus marques: Acces de suflocation avec ou sans cyanose de dureeplus ou moins longue et qui peuvent saccompagner de poussees decongestion pulmonaire. Den eigentlichen Anfällen geht häufig eine gewisse Unruhe vorauf,die auch wir beobachtet haben. Wir betonen das gegenüber Friedjung,dem es scheint, daß die beschriebene Unruhe den Angehörigen erst nachder Katastrophe zum Bewußtsein kam. B e n e k e sah, wie einmal einKind den Kopf vor dem Anfall auffallend lange nach hinten gebeugt hielt.Auch Friedjung hält dieses Symptom für bedeutsam, während wirselbst darin mehr ein anfallunterstützendes Moment sehen möchten.

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Fig. 47. Erstickungsanfall bei Thymushyperplasie, l. Phase. Einsinken des Jugulum, Kon-traktion der auxiliaren Atmungsmuskeln,Einziehungen des unteren Thorax bei der Inspiration. Pott hat als erster eine klassische Schilderung eines tödlichendenden thymogenen Erstickungsanfalles gegeben: „DieKinder biegen plötzlich den Kopf nach hinten und machen eine lautlose,nach Luft schnappende Bewegung und versuchen eine Inspiration. Sie ver-drehen die Augen nach oben und die Pupillen erweitern sich. Das Gesicht,namentlich die Lippen werden blitzblau und schwellen an. Die Zunge wirdzwischen die Kiefer eingeklemmt, schwillt um das Doppelte im Dickendurch-messer an, ist ebenfalls stark zyanotisch, etwas nach oben umgerollt undfest an den harten Gaumen angepreßt. Die Halsvenen stark geschwellt undprall gefüllt, treten als dicke Stränge deutlich hervor. Die Hände werdenmit eingeschlagenen Daumen zur Faust geballt, die Finger sind zyano- Tracheo beno La thymica, Der ESrstickongfianfalL 137 tis

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