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>Revistas >Revista Mexicana de Pediatría >Año 2013, No. 6


Juárez FDL, Quevedo DM, Reséndiz SA, López GP
Mecanismos neuroendocrinos al inicio de la pubertad
Rev Mex Pediatr 2013; 80 (6)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 26
Paginas: 240-246
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RESUMEN

Con el término «pubertad» hace referencia a los cambios somáticos y emocionales que acompañan al proceso de maduración sexual. La condición biológica que la define depende de los componentes endocrinológicos del sistema de reproducción: el que involucra al hipotálamo, la hipófisis y las gónadas. Los mecanismos fisiológicos que explican el porqué de la aparición de la pubertad, en la última década han sido motivo de investigación, logrado a este respecto avances importantes; en este documento se hace una revisión bibliográfica de los aspectos más recientes acerca del control central de la pubertad, que ayudará a entender mejor la evolución de las variantes normales y su fisiopatología ante una condición anormal.


Palabras clave: Pubertad, mecanismos neuroendocrinológicos, mecanismos fisiológicos.


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