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Unruptured sinus of Valsalva aneurysm (SOVA) and Morgagni hernia (MH) are both uncommon findings.
In parallel, a lecture program entitled "Words and music" included Nico Stringa, "Arturo Martini heautontimorumenos" and, amongst others, Marco Servadei Morgagni, "Martini and Drawing", Graziosa and Arturo Bertagnin in "The Unknown Martini: Family Memories".
The ultrathin sections were mounted on 200-mesh copper grids and examined using a Morgagni 268D transmission electron microscope (FEI) at an accelerating voltage of 80 kV.
Anatomic pathology has a long history in modern medicine, dating back to Giovanni Morgagni (1682-1771), who is considered its father, and to Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902), who is considered the father of microscopic pathology.
1] In 1740, Morgagni first described ectopic adrenal tissue in the vicinity of the adrenal gland,[sup.
Morgagni (1761) was the first to recognise cardiac tamponade from an injury of the coronary artery and that blood in the pericardial sac could compress the heart and restrict its movement.
Reprints: Maria Rosaria Raspollini, MD, PhD, Division of Histology and Molecular Diagnostics, University Hospital Careggi, Viale GB Morgagni 85, 50134 Florence, Italy (e-mail: mariarosaria.
Other causes that might be encountered in the emergency department include asthma, viral bronchitis, congenital airway abnormalities, cystic fibrosis, immunodeficiency diseases, gastrointestinal reflux, left-to-right shunts ("cardiac asthma"), and mediastinal masses, such as lymphoma, teratoma, foregut duplication cyst, and Morgagni hernia.
Coli in 6, Pseudomonas aeroginosa in 4, klebsiella in 4, enterococcus in 4, Morganella morgagni in 2, proteus spp in 2, acinetobacter spp in 2, Serratia marcences in 1, Citrobacter frendi in 1 ESBL in 1, and spirocet in 1 patient) and gram positive microorganisms were isolated in 33% of patients (Staf.
The treated and untreated mycelial biomass was processed using standard method and viewed under a Morgagni 268D transmission electron microscope at 80 kV.