Consumo de cigarrillo y su asociación con el desarrollo de tumor vesical

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Metodología: Se realizó una revisión narrativa a través de diversas bases de datos de enero de 2014 a febrero de 2022; la búsqueda y selección de artículos fue llevada a cabo en revistas indexadas en idioma inglés. Se utilizaron como palabras clave: Cigarrillo, Desarrollo, Tumor vesical. Resultados: Uno de los factores de riesgo más fuertes para el desarrollo de cáncer de vejiga es el fumar. Las sustancias más importantes y dentro de las que se han estudiado con mayor frecuencia para establecer la relación entre el cigarrillo y tumor vesical son la 2-naftilamina y el 4-aminobifenilo. Diferentes tipos de cigarrillo se han asociado con la misma, como es el caso del cigarrillo de clavo de olor, fumadores de pipas de agua, al igual que los cigarrillos electrónicos. Conclusiones: La presente revisión ofrece información actualizada y detallada sobre la asociación entre el consumo de cigarrillo y el desarrollo de tumor vesical, al igual que los componentes asociados al cigarrillo que son más carcinogénicos.

Palabras clave: cigarrillo, desarrollo, tumor vesical

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2022-06-07
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Diaz Hernández, D., Canchila García, J. C., Chía Peñaranda, J. F., Dumar Otero, F. J., Gasca Nuñez, J. C., Males Salazar, I. N., Álvarez Vélez, S. A., & Alvarez Potes, R. (2022). Consumo de cigarrillo y su asociación con el desarrollo de tumor vesical. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 6(3), 1559-1572. https://doi.org/10.37811/cl_rcm.v6i3.2312
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