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Diferenciación entre nódulos tiroideos benignos y malignos

Hasta el 60% de los adultos de más de 50 años de edad tienen nódulos tiroideos, pero solamente un porcentaje de ellos requiere cirugía.
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Autor/a: Dres. Sturgeon C, Clark OH. Fuente: Department of Surgery, University of California San Francisco and UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center at Mount Zion. Contemporary Surgery 2004; 60(5): 210-216.
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