Programación fetal metabólica en la salud mental
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Programación fetal metabólica
Barker
epigenética
trastornos mentales severos

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García-Rizo, C. (2019). Programación fetal metabólica en la salud mental. Revista De Psiquiatría Infanto-Juvenil, 36(4), 3-5. https://doi.org/10.31766/revpsij.v36n4a1

Resumen

El concepto de programación fetal metabólica, entendido como toda una serie de modificaciones epigenéticas que sufre el feto durante su periodo intrauterino en respuesta a los estímulos recibidos de la madre orientado a asegurar su supervivencia (1), tiene una importancia añadida en la salud mental infanto-juvenil. Actualmente se considera que los trastornos mentales severos (TMS), esquizofrenia, trastorno bipolar y trastorno depresivo mayor entre otros, tiene su origen en una combinación gen-ambiente, siendo las complicaciones obstétricas un factor ambiental bien replicado en diferentes estudios (2). La presencia de complicaciones obstétricas en estos pacientes se ha asociado a una edad de inicio más precoz del TMS (3), por ende, una mayor incidencia en la etapa infanto-juvenil.

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