Neoplasias intramedulares y extramedulares asociadas a neuropatías en caninos

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Favio Sánchez Pico
Gildardo Alzate Gómez

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Este documento presenta una revisión bibliográfica que contiene los aspectos más importantes de las neuropatías asociadas a neoplasias intramedulares y extramedulares en caninos, incluso su fisiopatología. Para el médico veterinario de pequeños animales es difícil encontrar una herramienta que sintetice de manera clara y concisa la temática abordada en esta revisión; de hecho, poder conocer la fisiopatología de las neoplasias intramedulares y extramedulares, y llegar a diagnosticar estas afecciones, es bastante complicado y demanda muchos años de experiencia. Además, los últimos avances en las técnicas diagnósticas y los nuevos protocolos de tratamiento propuestos no son siempre conocidos por todos, de modo tal que el abordaje de dicha materia podrá contribuir a llenar aquellos vacíos de conocimiento de quienes a diario atienden pacientes con neuropatías y descartan la posibilidad de que esta sea de origen infeccioso, degenerativo, traumatológico u otros.

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Sánchez PicoF., & Alzate GómezG. (1). Neoplasias intramedulares y extramedulares asociadas a neuropatías en caninos. Spei Domus, 7(15). Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.ucc.edu.co/index.php/sp/article/view/603
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Favio Sánchez Pico, Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia. Sede Bucaramanga.

Médico Veterinario y Zootecnista de la Universidad de Córdoba. Especialista en Medicina de Pequeñas Especies de la Universidad de Antioquia. Docente en el Área de Farmacotoxicología en la Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia, sede Bucaramanga.

Gildardo Alzate Gómez, Universidad de Antioquia

Médico Veterinario de la Universidad de Antioquia. Magíster en Clínica y Cirugía de Pequeñas Especies de la Universidad de Antioquia. Docente de la Especialización en Medicina Interna de la Universidad de Antioquia.

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