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Alostasis: otro modelo para pensar las enfermedades prevalentes

Las principales enfermedades como la hipertensión esencial y la diabetes tipo 2 obedecen a causas que el modelo de homeostasis no puede explicar. Se propone un modelo alostático que cambia el modo de pensar la clínica
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