Fotocarcinogénesis: un enfoque práctico

  • Adriana R. Cruz A. Universidad del Valle
  • Carolina Isaza de L. Universidad del Valle
Palabras clave: fotocarcinogénesis, cáncer cutáneo, radiación ultravioleta

Resumen

El cáncer es el resultado de una alteración en el ciclo celular dada por un desequilibrio entre oncogenes y genes supresores. Por esto ahora la biología molecular es el diagnóstico del presente y el tratamiento del futuro. La radiación ultravioleta es uno de los principales cofactores en la generación del cáncer cutáneo, en especial el carcinoma escamocelular, que se origina luego de exposiciones solares crónicas. En el carcinoma basocelular y en el melanoma el patrón de exposición solar intermitente es el más relacionado, pero para su desarrollo priman las características genéticas y el tipo de piel . Se describen las bases moleculares de los tres principales cánceres de piel y su relación con la radiación ultravioleta.

Biografía del autor/a

Adriana R. Cruz A., Universidad del Valle

RIII Dermatología. Universidad del Valle, Cali

Carolina Isaza de L., Universidad del Valle

Docente Departamento de Citogenética Universidad del Valle, Cali.

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Cruz A. AR, Isaza de L. C. Fotocarcinogénesis: un enfoque práctico. rev. asoc. colomb. dermatol. cir. dematol. [Internet]. 1 de junio de 2004 [citado 18 de agosto de 2022];12(2):51-0. Disponible en: https://revista.asocolderma.org.co/index.php/asocolderma/article/view/574

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