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Recomendaciones para la optimización del uso de marcadores tumorales de utilización frecuente. Recomendación (2018)

María Jesús Gaspar Blázquez, Jaume Trapé Pujol, Josep María Augé Fradera, Antonio Barco Sánchez, Rosa Carbonell Muñoz, Xavier Filella Pla, Antonio Fernández Suarez, Álvaro González Hernández, Antonio Martínez Peinado, Clara Pérez Barrios, Blanca Ortiz Muñoz, José Diego Santotoribio Camacho, Marta Sánchez-carbayo, Rafael Molina Porto, Comisión De Marcadores Biológicos Del Cáncer

Publication date: Available online 2 November 2018

Source: Revista del Laboratorio Clínico

Author(s): María Jesús Gaspar Blázquez, Jaume Trapé Pujol, Josep María Augé Fradera, Antonio Barco Sánchez, Rosa Carbonell Muñoz, Xavier Filella Pla, Antonio Fernández Suarez, Álvaro González Hernández, Antonio Martínez Peinado, Clara Pérez Barrios, Blanca Ortiz Muñoz, José Diego Santotoribio Camacho, Marta Sánchez-Carbayo, Rafael Molina Porto, Comisión de Marcadores Biológicos del Cáncer

Resumen

Este documento describe las causas de error más frecuentes en la medición de marcadores tumorales séricos proteicos en sus diferentes fases: preanalítica, analítica y postanalítica y recomendaciones para detectar y solventar problemas, así como la interpretación de los resultados de los marcadores tumorales en la práctica clínica.

Abstract

This document describes the most frequent causes of error in the measurement of 13 serum protein tumour markers in their different phases: preanalytical, analytical and 14 postanalytic and recommendations to detect and solve problems, as well as the 15 interpretation of the results of the Tumor Markers in clinical practice.

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