Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?

El diagnóstico de cáncer de tiroides se ha incrementado y las posibilidades de detección de una enfermedad subclínica son altas, toda vez que disponemos de herramientas de detección más sensibles y de fácil acceso. Por ende, el clínico requiere conocer la historia natural del nódulo tiroideo y del...

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Autor Principal: López Salazar, Alejandro
Otros Autores: Valenzuela Rincón, Alex
Formato: Tesis de maestría (Master Thesis)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad del Rosario 2015
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Acceso en línea:http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/11826
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language Español (Spanish)
topic cáncer de tiroides, nódulo tiroides, sobrediagnóstico
Anatomía humana, citología, histología
Endocrinología
Sistema endocrino
Enfermedades de la tiroides
spellingShingle cáncer de tiroides, nódulo tiroides, sobrediagnóstico
Anatomía humana, citología, histología
Endocrinología
Sistema endocrino
Enfermedades de la tiroides
López Salazar, Alejandro
Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
description El diagnóstico de cáncer de tiroides se ha incrementado y las posibilidades de detección de una enfermedad subclínica son altas, toda vez que disponemos de herramientas de detección más sensibles y de fácil acceso. Por ende, el clínico requiere conocer la historia natural del nódulo tiroideo y del carcinoma papilar de tiroides de bajo riesgo para brindar a su paciente el mejor tratamiento basado en la evidencia clínica. El objetivo de esta revision es reconocer los elementos clínicos que han condicionado el aumento inusitado de casos de cáncer de tiroides. Conclusión: El sobrediagnóstico del cáncer de tiroides es una realidad, que se posibilita por el uso extendido de biopsia por aspiración con aguja fina ((BACAF)) después de la detección de un nódulo tiroideo, en gran parte de manera incidental, sin acarrear la mayoría de las veces un mejor pronóstico después de su tratamiento.
author2 Valenzuela Rincón, Alex
author_facet Valenzuela Rincón, Alex
López Salazar, Alejandro
format Tesis de maestría (Master Thesis)
author López Salazar, Alejandro
author_sort López Salazar, Alejandro
title Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
title_short Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
title_full Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
title_fullStr Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
title_full_unstemmed Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
title_sort carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia?
publisher Universidad del Rosario
publishDate 2015
url http://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/11826
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spelling ir-10336-118262021-03-01T19:22:48Z Carcinoma de tiroides una verdadera pandemia? López Salazar, Alejandro Valenzuela Rincón, Alex cáncer de tiroides, nódulo tiroides, sobrediagnóstico Anatomía humana, citología, histología Endocrinología Sistema endocrino Enfermedades de la tiroides El diagnóstico de cáncer de tiroides se ha incrementado y las posibilidades de detección de una enfermedad subclínica son altas, toda vez que disponemos de herramientas de detección más sensibles y de fácil acceso. Por ende, el clínico requiere conocer la historia natural del nódulo tiroideo y del carcinoma papilar de tiroides de bajo riesgo para brindar a su paciente el mejor tratamiento basado en la evidencia clínica. El objetivo de esta revision es reconocer los elementos clínicos que han condicionado el aumento inusitado de casos de cáncer de tiroides. 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