Disruptores endocrinos ambientales y resultados reproductivos femeninos: una revisión bibliográfica

Environmental endocrine disruptors and female reproductive outcomes: a literature review

  • Macarena Sánchez Díaz Hospital Universitario Miguel Servet (Zaragoza, España)
  • Lorena Contreras López Hospital Doctor José Molina Orosa (Lanzarote, España)
Palabras clave: Disruptores endocrinos, Fertilidad, Bisfenol A, Ftalatos, Pesticidas, Parabenos
Key-words: Endocrine disrupting chemicals, Fertility, Bisphenol A, Phthalates, Pesticides, Parabens




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Sánchez Díaz, Macarena; Contreras López, Lorena. Disruptores endocrinos ambientales y resultados reproductivos femeninos: una revisión bibliográfica. Evidentia. 2020; 17: e12873. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/ev/e12873 [acceso: 21/06/2021]
Revisión Bibliográfica


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