mullerian


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mül·le·ri·an

(mil-ē'rē-an),
Attributed to or described by Johannes Müller.
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Anti Mullerian hormone as a marker of ovarian reserve: What have we learned, and what should we know?
Mullerian mimicry theory is named after German naturalist Fritz Muller, who first proposed the concept in 1878, less than two decades after Charles Darwin published On the Origin of Species in 1859.
Conversely, some of the study's findings related to MIS may also be relevant to men, including those with a rare disorder called persistent Mullerian duct syndrome in which tissues such as the uterus may be partially retained due to mutations in MIS or its receptor.
The sinovaginal bulbs originate in the urogenital sinus at the distal aspect of the Mullerian tubercle.
Development of the human mullerian duct in the sexually undifferentiated stage.
Mullerian anomalies can impair obstetric outcomes because it can cause recurrent pregnancy loss (5-10%), as well as late miscarriage and preterm delivery (25%) (9,10).
It represents metaplasia of Mullerian system or uterine endometrial or myometrial stroma in differentiation towards cartilage.
The Wolffian (mesonephric) and Mullerian (paramesonephric) ducts form in both sexes.
Mullerian cysts (also known as Hattori's cysts) developing in the mediastinum are even more uncommon, with only a few cases reported since first described in 2005 (2).
The overall prevalence of congenital anomalies of the Mullerian tract is around 2% to 3% among women.
Mullerian agenesis, also called Mayer-Rokitansky-Kuster-Hauser syndrome (MRKH).