Kalzifizierende Aortenklappenstenose und okkulte gastrointestinale Blutung (Heyde-Syndrom): Beschreibung zweier Kasuistiken

@article{Knobloch1999KalzifizierendeAU,
  title={Kalzifizierende Aortenklappenstenose und okkulte gastrointestinale Blutung (Heyde-Syndrom): Beschreibung zweier Kasuistiken},
  author={William H. Knobloch and Erwin Hauser and Reinhard Niehues and Th. Schiele and Georg Metzger and Rainer Jacksch},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Kardiologie},
  year={1999},
  volume={88},
  pages={448-453}
}
The coincidence of aortic valve stenosis and cryptogenic gastrointestinal bleeding usually from angiodysplasia of the cecum and ascending colon has been called Heyde syndrome. The pathophysiologic link between both remains unclear and may be due to subtle changes in plasmatic coagulation. There are some statistic and numerous casuistic reports, and recently the existence of the syndrome has been questioned. We describe two cases of aortic valve stenosis and cryotogenic gastrointestinal bleeding… CONTINUE READING

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