Algunas inquietudes en relación con estos nuevos fármacos

A estos fármacos, de reciente introducción para uso clínico, no se les conoce aún su papel sobre el riñon, en la formación de los huesos, la mitogénesis, el crecimiento, y la fisiología de la reproducción en la mujer (76).

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