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СОВРЕМЕННОЕ ПРЕДСТАВЛЕНИЕ О РОЛИ ПОСТНАТАЛЬНОГО ИНДУЦИРОВАННОГО НЕОЛИМФАНГИОГЕНЕЗА В ПРОЦЕССЕ МЕТАСТАЗИРОВАНИЯ

https://doi.org/10.24060/2076-3093-2013-0-4-100-108

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В статье представлен обзор данных  литературы  по изучению  механизмов образования интратуморальных и перитуморальных лимфатических сосудов  при раке,  их роли  в регионарном и отдаленном метастазировании. Лимфангиогенез сложный многофакторный процесс, изучение которого  позволяет уточнить общую картину течения опухолевого процесса.

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Ш. Р. Кзыргалин
Башкирский государственный медицинский университет
Россия

Кзыргалин Шамиль Римович - ассистент кафедры онкологии с курсами онкологии  и патологической анатомии ИПО БГМУ.

450000, Респ. Башкортостан,  Уфа, ул. Ленина, д. 3, тел. 8 (347) 237-43-58, e-mail: ufa_shamil@rambler.ru



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Кзыргалин Ш.Р. СОВРЕМЕННОЕ ПРЕДСТАВЛЕНИЕ О РОЛИ ПОСТНАТАЛЬНОГО ИНДУЦИРОВАННОГО НЕОЛИМФАНГИОГЕНЕЗА В ПРОЦЕССЕ МЕТАСТАЗИРОВАНИЯ. Креативная хирургия и онкология. 2013;(4):100-108. https://doi.org/10.24060/2076-3093-2013-0-4-100-108

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Kzyrgalin S.R. MODERN REPRESENTATIONS OF THE ROLE POSTNATAL INDUCED NEOLYMPHANGIOGENESIS IN METASTATIC PROCESS. Creative surgery and oncology. 2013;(4):100-108. (In Russ.) https://doi.org/10.24060/2076-3093-2013-0-4-100-108

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