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Cáncer de ovario

Presentación, pruebas diagnósticas, factores de riesgo y grupos de alto riesgo de cáncer de ovario. Recomendaciones para médicos de atención primaria y otras especialidades.
Autor/a: Sudha Sundar, Richard D Neal, Sean Kehoe Diagnosis of ovarian cancer. BMJ 2015;351:h4443
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