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Progreso y estadificación del cáncer de cuello uterino - Medical Animation
 
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Progreso y estadificación del cáncer de cuello uterino - Medical Animation
La animación médica en 3D comienza con una explicación detallada de los criterios que los médicos usan para estadificar el cáncer de cuello uterino. La estadificación se refiere a la extensión de la diseminación de la enfermedad. El estadio 0, estadio IA, estadio IIA, estadio IIIA, estadio IVA, estadio IB, estadio IIB, estadio IIIV y estadio IVAB se muestran en detalle.

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