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Hiperplasia

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Es el aumento en la producción de células en un órgano o tejido normal. Puede ser un signo de cambios precancerosos, lo cual se denomina hiperplasia patológica.

También puede deberse a la multiplicación de células completamente normales, lo cual se denomina hiperplasia fisiológica.

Nombres alternativos

Hipergénesis

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Preparación para el examen

Lo que se siente durante el examen

Razones por las que se realiza el examen

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      Review Date: 8/11/2009

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