Expresión de p53 en ovario y trompa uterina de tumores malignos epiteliales primarios del ovario.

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Rafael Parra Medina
Edgardo Yaspe
Diana Hernández
Diana Marcela Sánchez
Lina Marulanda
José Fernando Polo

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Introducción: la mutación en el gen TP53 se ha asociado con la oncogénesis de los tumores de ovario tipo II. Se ha propuesto que las mutaciones de p53 se inician en las células de la trompa uterina y después migran al ovario. El objetivo de este estudio es establecer la frecuencia de la expresión de p53 en ovario y trompa uterina en carcinoma epitelial primario de ovario. Materiales y métodos: estudio de corte transversal en tumores primarios epiteliales de ovario. Se evaluó la expresión de p53 por inmunohistoquímica en el ovario y en las trompas uterinas. Resultados: se incluyeron 45 pacientes con edad media de 55 años. Se estudiaron 24 casos de carcinomas serosos, 6 endometrioides, 5 mixtos, 3 de células claras, 3 carcinosarcomas, 2 carcinomas mucinosos y 2 indiferenciados. Se observó positividad fuerte y difusa en 68% de los tumores tipo II. En 52% hubo positividad en trompa uterina y ovario, 92% con compromiso bilateral. En 3 de estos casos se reconoció carcinoma intraepitelial tubárico con positividad de p53 en el área tumoral, no tumoral y en el carcinoma seroso. Conclusión: como se ha observado en estudios previos, el gen TP53 está involucrado en la oncogénesis de los tumores tipo II y se ha demostrado que existe una relación entre una mutación inicial de p53, seguida por STIL, STIC, evolucionando a un carcinoma seroso de ovario.

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