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Organ manifestations of COVID-19: what have we learned so far (not only) from autopsies?

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-577830
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.57783
Jonigk, Danny ; Werlein, Christopher ; Acker, Till ; Aepfelbacher, Martin ; Amann, Kerstin U. ; Baretton, Gustavo ; Barth, Peter ; Bohle, Rainer M. ; Büttner, Andreas ; Büttner, Reinhard ; Dettmeyer, Reinhard ; Eichhorn, Philip ; Elezkurtaj, Sefer ; Esposito, Irene ; Evert, Katja ; Evert, Matthias ; Fend, Falko ; Gaßler, Nikolaus ; Gattenlöhner, Stefan ; Glatzel, Markus ; Göbel, Heike ; Gradhand, Elise ; Hansen, Torsten ; Hartmann, Arndt ; Heinemann, Axel ; Heppner, Frank L. ; Hilsenbeck, Julia ; Horst, David ; Kamp, Jan C. ; Mall, Gita ; Märkl, Bruno ; Ondruschka, Benjamin ; Pablik, Jessica ; Pfefferle, Susanne ; Quaas, Alexander ; Radbruch, Helena ; Röcken, Christoph ; Rosenwald, Andreas ; Roth, Wilfried ; Rudelius, Martina ; Schirmacher, Peter ; Slotta-Huspenina, Julia ; Smith, Kevin ; Sommer, Linna ; Stock, Konrad ; Ströbel, Philipp ; Strobl, Stephanie ; Titze, Ulf ; Weirich, Gregor ; Weis, Joachim ; Werner, Martin ; Wickenhauser, Claudia ; Wiech, Thorsten ; Wild, Peter ; Welte, Tobias ; von Stillfried, Saskia ; Boor, Peter
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Abstract

The use of autopsies in medicine has been declining. The COVID-19 pandemic has documented and rejuvenated the importance of autopsies as a tool of modern medicine. In this review, we discuss the various autopsy techniques, the applicability of modern analytical methods to understand the pathophysiology of COVID-19, the major pathological organ findings, limitations or current studies, and open ...

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