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MUERTE CELULAR: LESIÓN IRREVERSIBLE
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CÉLULAS APOPTÓSICAS (AB) DENTRO DELEPITELIO SIMPLE DE CÉLULAS ABSORTIVAS YCALICIFORMES DE LA MUCOSA DEL COLON.
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