Rokitansky

Ro·ki·tan·sky

(rō'ki-tahn'skē),
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Of the classic autopsy techniques identified by the College of American Pathologists, four are most often used: Virchow, Rokitansky, Ghon and Letulle.
The Rokitansky nodule, a common feature of dermoid cysts, is a solid protuberance projecting into the cavity and demonstrates particularly dense collections of germ layer derivatives.
Post-mortem was conducted by modified Rokitansky method.
Karl Von Rokitansky (1804-1878), anatomopatologo austriaco de origen checo; quien inicialmente hace descripciones de esta rara patologia en 1842 (4).
MRKH syndrome has been divided into two types (Schmid-Tannwald and Hauser, 1977); type A, or the typical form, is an isolated anomaly also known as the Rokitansky sequence (4,5).
Endometriosis was first described by Rokitansky in 1860 and it indicates the presence of ectopic growth of endometrial gland and stroma with specific histologic features.
Cystic teratoma appears as a large pelvic monocular cyst with a solid nodule named Rokitansky protuberance attached to a thin wall and protrudes in the cyst lumen.
It is subdivided into two types: Type I isolated form or Rokitansky sequence and Type II or MURCS association (Mullerian duct aplasia, Renal dysplasia, and Cervical Somite anomalies) in which other anomalies coexist.
Se realiza la apertura de la piel mediante una incision longitudinal en 'Y' o 'T' que compromete el torax y el abdomen en toda su longitud (11-13), luego de la cual se realiza la evisceracion de los organos mediante los metodos de Rokitansky (diseccion y evisceracion in situ), Virchow (evisceracion de cada organo individualmente), Letulle (en bloque) o Ghon (por sistemas), y al final se efectua el cierre de la piel (7,14,15).
She suffers from the rare Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser syndrome, affecting one in every 5,000 women.
First described by Rokitansky in 1842, an appendiceal mucocele (AM) occurs in 0.
Intestinal knotting, first described in the 16th century by Riverius and later in 1836 by Rokitansky, is the intertwining of two loops of intestine around each other.