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Ardiles V
Tratamiento quirúrgico de las metástasis hepáticas de cáncer colorrectal
Cir Gen 2011; 33 (S1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 44
Paginas: 16-19
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FRAGMENTO

El cáncer colorrectal (CCR) es el tercer cáncer más frecuente en países occidentales, existiendo cerca de un millón de nuevos casos diagnosticados por año y medio millón de muertes a nivel mundial. Aproximadamente un 25% de estos pacientes presentan metástasis hepáticas (MH) al momento del diagnóstico y otro 25% desarrollará MH en algún momento de la evolución de la enfermedad. Las MHCCR son responsables de dos tercios de las muertes en los pacientes con CCR.


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