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Cáncer de hígado infantil: Tratamiento (PDQ®)

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Cuadro 1. Factores de riesgo relacionados con el hepatoblastoma y el carcinoma hepatocelular

Trastorno relacionado Hepatoblastoma Carcinoma hepatocelular 
Síndrome de Aicardi [15]X
Síndrome de Alagille [16]X
Síndrome de Beckwith-Wiedemann [17,18]X
Poliposis adenomatosa familiar [19-21]X
Enfermedades de almacenamiento de glucógeno tipos I-IV [22]XX
Hepatitis B y C [23-25]X
Lactantes de bajo peso al nacer [5-7,26]X
Colestasis intrahepática familiar evolutiva [27,28]X
Trisomía 18, otras trisomías [29]X
Tirosinemia [30]X

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