342. Familiäres c-zell-carcinom und megacolon congenitum hirschsprung — eine seltene entität des men ii-syndroms

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The term “multiple endocrine neoplasia” (MEN) is characterized by the familial occurrence of neoplasia in multiple endocrine organs. Dysfunction of neuroendocrine cells that form the APUD cell system and arise in the neural crest may be the cause of the disease. A family with high incidence of medullary thyroid carcinoma (MTC), Hirschsprung's disease and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01298127

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