Kerckring

Kerck·ring

(kerk'ring),
Theodor, Dutch anatomist, 1640-1693. See: Kerckring center, Kerckring folds, ossicle, Kerckring valves.
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Villous atrophy was endoscopically diagnosed as positive when the following features were found using CE in the duodenum: reduction or absence of Kerckring's folds, mosaic mucosal pattern, and scalloping [16].
A reduction or absence of Kerckring's folds was frequently observed (11/13, 85%), while a mosaic mucosal pattern and scalloping were rarely identified (2/13, 15%).
Villous atrophy was endoscopically diagnosed as positive when the reduction or absence of Kerckring's folds, a mosaic mucosal pattern and scalloping, was confirmed in the duodenum (a-c).
CT will show a pseudokidney sign and a target sign, with edema of Kerckring's folds in the intussusceptum of the small bowel.
22, 23; Jacobs 441), such as historiated initial V for Vesalius's name in the second edition of the Fabrica (Basel, 1555), the historiated M opening the myology sestion (Colombo 117) in Realdo Colombo's otherwise illustration-free De re anatomica (Venice, 1559), the ecorche herms of the cartouche on the title page of the 1586 edition of Valverde's Anatomia del corpo umano, and the allusion in Charles Estienne's De dissectione (Paris, 1545), where a male figure suspended against a tree has his abdomen split open to reveal the viscera (Estienne 191); on the title page of Theodor Kerckring's Spicilegium anatomicum (Amsterdam, 1670), the Ovidian scene of punishment is travestied as Anatomia engaged in flaying the corpse.
Tambien este aspecto es muy importante en Espinosa que en su biblioteca tenia varios tratados anatomicos segun consta en el inventario de la misma: el Syntagma Anatomicum de Juan Vesling, publicado en Padua en 1647, ciudad donde murio en 1649 el anatomista descubridor de varios vasos linfaticos y venosos; la Anatomica de Juan Rielan, medico y botanico frances, publicada en Paris en 1626; y el Spicilegium anatomicum de Teodoro Kerckring, publicado en Amsterdam en 1670, medico holandes que cultivo tambien las ciencias ocultas; la Anatomica de Th.
These are: (1) the Kerckring ossicle (ko), (2) posterior intraoccipital synchondrosis (pio), (3) anterior intraoccipital synchondrosis (aio), (4) sphenooccipital synchondrosis (sos), (5) petrooccipital fissure (pof) and (6) occipitomastoid suture (oms).
At birth the Kerckring center was identified as an ossicle completely separated from the supraoccipital bone in 132 newborns (66%).
These are Kerckring's folds, which generally run parallel to one another and occupy from half to two-thirds of the tube's perimeter.
The disposition of Kerckring's folds, absent in the upper region of the duodenum and in the distal portion as it approaches the colon, are similar to that generally found in mammals.
Theodor Kerckring's anatomical atlas, Spicilegium anatomicum (1670) immortalized lovingly preserved and artfully displayed foetal skeletons in obscene ikebana.
En el grabado que abre el tratado de Theodor Kerckring Spicilegium anatomicum (1670), aparece la ciencia anatomica representada como una mujer que disecciona un cadaver que cuelga de un cuerda atada a su muneca (figura 2).(26) Don Quijote, que ha empezado su aventura galante fantaseando sobre la diseccion de su propia mano--el primer paso de la diseccion segun los grabados de la epoca--ha terminado convertido en un especimen anatomico listo para ser diseccionado en su totalidad.