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Pinzón Duque, O. A., López Zapata, D. F., & Giraldo T, J. C. (2015). Síndrome metabólico: enfoque fisiopatológico. Revista Investigaciones Andina, 17(31), 1328-1342. https://doi.org/10.33132/01248146.544

Resumen

El Síndrome Metabólico (SM) es una entidad de alta prevalencia mundial y regional, que frecuentemente se acompaña de complicaciones tanto a nivel cardiovascular como metabólico; razón por la cual se ha convertido en un gran riesgo para la salud de nuestra población. A pesar de la controversia existente alrededor de los criterios para hacer el diagnóstico y su fisiopatología, muchos de estos mecanismos ya han sido suficientemente estudiados. Con esta revisión se pretende desarrollar algunos de los mecanismos fisiopatológicos propuestos en la aparición del SM, partiendo de la resistencia a la insulina como el eje principal.

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