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Hernández, D., & González, Y. (2015). Carcinomas epiteliales del ovario de alto y bajo grado: Estado de Arte. Revista Repertorio De Medicina Y Cirugía, 24(2), 105-112. https://doi.org/10.31260/RepertMedCir.v24.n2.2015.630

Autores/as

Diana Hernández
Yezid González

Resumen

El cáncer epitelial del ovario en Colombia es la segunda causa de morbilidad y mortalidad por tumores ginecológicos después del carcinoma de cuello uterino. Por lo regular se presenta en estados avanzados y la sobrevida es pobre. Recientes estudios de tipo clínicopatológicos y moleculares han develado nuevas teorías sobre la carcinogénesis, proponiendo un modelo dual con tumores tipos I y II. Se busca con este artículo ampliar y actualizar la información sobre estas nuevas teorías y profundizar en el conocimiento histopatológico y molecular. Para la revisión de la literatura se estructuró una estrategia de búsqueda utilizando los términos carcinoma de ovario, tumores tipo I-II, KRAS, BRAF, p-53 (MeSH y no Mesh), los cuales se articularon con operadores booleanos en las siguientes bases de datos: pubmed, ebscohost, embase, filtrando los resultados por artículos de revisión.

Licencia

Derechos de autor Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la Salud FUCS

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