Rosai, Juan

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Rosai,

Juan, U.S. pathologist, 1941–.
Rosai-Dorfman disease - Synonym(s): sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy
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Klatt, MD, Savannah, Georgia); collections of captioned pathology images, such as WebPathology (http://www.webpathology.com; Dharam Ramnani, MD, Richmond, Virginia); and archives of scanned glass slides, such as the Juan Rosai Collection (Juan Rosai, MD, USCAP, Evans, Georgia, and Leica Biosystems, Downers Grove, Illinois) and RecutClub (http://www.RecutClub.com; Houston, Texas).
The term RDD was first introduced into scientific literature in 1969 when Juan Rosai and Ronald Dorfman described four cases of a rare, idiopathic, non-neoplastic lymphoproliferative disorder.
[1.] Juan Rosai. Rosai and Ackerman's Surgical Pathology.
In: Juan Rosai, editor ; Rosai and Ackerman's surgical pathology.
Juan Rosai, MD, a world-renowned expert and consultant in surgical pathology, has established relationships with a number of pathologists who often refer cases and ship glass slides to him in Milan, Italy.
In the same year, just a few months earlier, Juan Rosai (2) argued in favor of the continuing importance of morphology in daily diagnostic practice.
In 1989, a "WHO [World Health Organization] committee for the histologic classification of tumours of the thymus" was organized by Dr Juan Rosai. Subsequently, pathologists from 8 countries debated during 1 decade whether a histologic subclassification of thymomas is possible and useful.
(3.) Juan Rosai. Ackermans Surgical Pathology, tenth edition, Volume 1, chapter 14, pg989-993.
Dr Scully and Juan Rosai, MD, had independently recognized that operative procedures could elicit an exuberant spindle cell proliferation likely to be misdiagnosed as sarcoma, and when they realized they had a shared experience, they reported their cases as a group.
Originally described by Juan Rosai and Ronald Dorfman in 1969, (1) RDD was observed as a triad of massive cervical lymphadenopathy, expanded lymph node sinuses, and characteristic emperipolesis within histiocytes.
In 1991, Juan Rosai, MD, joined the faculty as chairman of the Department of Pathology.