Enfermedades otorrinolaringológicas: una mirada genética

Luis Felipe Álvarez Hernández, Lina María Martínez Sánchez, Laura Isabel Jaramillo Jaramillo

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Otorhinolaryngological diseases have a high incidence in the general population; about 40% of the consultations to the health services are for reasons that referal that include alterations of ear, nose and pharyngolaringeal. Such pathologies commonly receive an erroneous approach that makes it difficult to establish the specific diagnosis leading to an inadequate therapeutic approach. Currently, there are different molecular techniques that facilitate the timely identification of some pathogens and offer new alternatives for treatment and management, although many of these still require more rigorous studies, offer the possibility of developing new ways of approaching patient.
Idioma originalIndefinido/desconocido
PublicaciónArchivos de Medicina (Col)
EstadoPublicada - 2017

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