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TVT und Lungenembolie

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Diese medizinische 3D-Animation zeigt die Entwicklung einer tiefen Venenthrombose, die mit einem Blutgerinnsel in der unteren Beinvene beginnt. Bei der Bewegung der roten Blutkörperchen durch die Vene lagern sich langsamere Zellen und andere Blutbestandteile an den Venenklappen an und bilden einen Blutklumpen oder Thrombus, der den Blutstrom in der Vene blockiert. Wenn der Thrombus sich vom Klappensegel löst, wird er als Embolus bezeichnet und bewegt sich auf das Herz und die Lungen zu. Der Schlussteil der Animation zeigt einen Embolus im Lungengewebe, der zu einer potenziell lebensbedrohlichen Lungenembolie führen kann.

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