Omphalomesenteric duct cysts (ODC, also known as an omphalomesenteric duct remnant or vitelline cyst) are developmental defects relating to the closure of the omphalomesenteric duct. It usually disintegrates within six weeks of gestation, but remnants of the cyst can sometimes be found along the intestines or umbilicus. Any remnants can be removed via surgical means. Pilomatricoma List of cutaneous conditions Bolognia, Jean L.; et al. (2007). Dermatology. St. Louis: Mosby. pp. 1681, 1689. ISBN 1-4160-2999-0 ...
Omphalomesenteric duct (OMD) remnants and omphalocele are not infrequently seen in paediatric patients. In most of the cases, OMD remnant in an omphalocele is a Meckels diverticulum; however rarely there may be other lesions. A one-day old male baby
TY - JOUR. T1 - Heterotopic pancreas in omphalomesenteric duct remnant results in persistent umbilical discharge. AU - Park, Eunhyang. AU - Kim, Hyojin. AU - Jung, Whan. AU - Chung, Jin Haeng. PY - 2014. Y1 - 2014. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=84907362254&partnerID=8YFLogxK. U2 - 10.4132/KoreanJPathol.2014.48.4.323. DO - 10.4132/KoreanJPathol.2014.48.4.323. M3 - Article. AN - SCOPUS:84907362254. VL - 48. SP - 323. EP - 326. JO - Korean Journal of Pathology. JF - Korean Journal of Pathology. SN - 1738-1843. IS - 4. ER - ...
Chamberlin, J. A. (Illustrator). [Aorta and omphalomesenteric duct and arteries] [Illustration]. MSS 350.8.011. Horace Gilbert Smithy, Jr., M.D. Papers. Retrieved from MEDICA, Waring Historical Library, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC: http://medica.library.musc.edu/ ...
The yolk sac is an early extra-embryonic membrane which is endoderm origin and covered with extra-embryonic mesoderm. Yolk sac lies outside the embryo connected by a yolk stalk (vitelline duct, omphalomesenteric duct) to the midgut with which it forms a continuous connection. The endodermal lining is continuous with the endoderm of the gastrointestinal tract. The extra-embryonic mesoderm differentiates to form both blood and blood vessels of the vitelline system. In reptiles and birds, the yolk sac has a function associated with nutrition. In mammals the yolk sac acts as a source of primordial germ cells and blood cells. Note that in early human development (week 2) a transient structure called the "primitive yolk sac" forms from the hypoblast layer, this is an entirely different structure. The yolk stalk normally degenerates around the time the midgut herniation return to the peritoneal cavity and the anterior body wall closes (week 8). Failure of complete degeneration of this structure can ...
Pauleau, Ghislain et al. Intestinal prolapse through a persistent omphalomesenteric duct causing small-bowel obstruction. S. Afr. j. surg., Aug 2012, vol.50, no.3, p.102-103. ISSN 0038- ...
QUESTION: Meckels diverticulum is the most common form of persistent __________ duct remnant. . . . . . ANSWER: The answer is vitelline duct
BACKGROUND: Intestinal intussusception is the most frequent cause of small bowel obstruction in children between the ages of 2 months and 5 years and often remains idiopathic in etiology, even after surgery. On microscopic examination, in intussusception normal mucosa is noted but in a few cases heterotopic tissue can be seen. Heterotopic gastric mucosa in the small intestine is extremely rare except for its occurrence in remnants of Meckels diverticulum. In view of the rarity of this condition, we report a case of ectopic gastric mucosa in the small intestine that was not associated with remnants of vitelline duct ...
The gut is an endoderm-derived structure. At approximately the 16th day of human development, the embryo begins to fold ventrally (with the embryos ventral surface becoming concave) in two directions: the sides of the embryo fold in on each other and the head and tail fold towards one another. The result is that a piece of the yolk sac, an endoderm-lined structure in contact with the ventral aspect of the embryo, begins to be pinched off to become the primitive gut. The yolk sac remains connected to the gut tube via the vitelline duct. Usually this structure regresses during development; in cases where it does not, it is known as Meckels diverticulum. During fetal life, the primitive gut can be divided into three segments: foregut, midgut, and hindgut. Although these terms are often used in reference to segments of the primitive gut, they are nevertheless used regularly to describe components of the definitive gut as well. Each segment of the primitive gut gives rise to specific gut and ...
To research and reimagine public spaces in Vienna we will apply the method of `Incomplete Cartographies¿ as it has been developed by Ed Wall since 2013 in recognition that landscapes tend to resist definition. The ephemeral and dynamic conditions of landscapes, as they change through time, counter attempts to representationally and spatially control them. The open-ended method of creating incomplete cartographies has been developed with the aim of understanding and designing with multiple, undetermined and site-specific narratives contrasting traditional top-down architectural techniques where designs and representations attempt to fix time and complete space. Incomplete cartographies explore the subjective readings, incomplete understandings, partial representations and what Massey terms `stories-so-far¿ (2005:131) of our relations with the land. The approach entwines research-based mappings by designers with less accessible accounts, gathered from people who live in or have knowledge of an ...
The present study showed that the short-term outcomes, including overall postoperative complication rates, mortality rates were similar between elderly and non-elderly patients. Furthermore, the details of the perioperative course and length of hospital stay were similar between the groups. Therefore, our results suggest that LAC is a safe and feasible regardless of the age of the patient.. The overall complication rates were 19.0% in Group A and 15.7% in Group B. There were no statistically significant differences (P = 0.587). Anastomotic leakage (5.9%) and surgical site infection (2.0%) were main complications in Group A. Surgical site infection was the most frequently diagnosed complication in Group B, followed by ileus, leakage, diarrhea and delirium. Moreover, no mortality was observed in both groups. Similar results were observed in previous reports. For example, Inoue et al. evaluated efficacy and safety of laparoscopic surgery in elderly patients with colorectal cancer [22]. They ...
What Is Your Diagnosis?. Diagnosis. Umbilical polyp (persistence of the omphalomesenteric duct [OMD]).. Clinical Course and Treatment. Surgical removal and intraoperative examination of the base of the polyp were performed. No other abnormalities were observed. The patient was examined by the pediatric gastrointestinal unit. Soft-tissue ultrasound detected no involvement of deeper tissue layers and scintigraphy using 99mTc-pertechnetate was negative for ectopic gastric mucosa.. Comment. The OMD is the structure that connects the embryonic midgut to the yolk sac to provide nourishment for the embryo while the placenta develops during the first weeks of intrauterine life. Under normal conditions, the OMD should obliterate between the fifth and ninth week of development and should have disappeared completely by the time of birth. In 2% of the population, involution is incomplete,1 resulting in various remnants, such as Meckels diverticulum (the most common form), fistula between the ileum and the ...
As part of its international activities, Rosreestr takes part in various international initiatives to obtain information about new developments in the registration of rights to immovable property, cadastral activities, geodesy, cartography and about the use of geographic information systems, remote sensing of the Earth, and GPS technologies in various sectors of the economy ...
Page 1 of 2 - National Geographic Trails Illustrated Fonts - posted in General Cartography: Hello All, Does anyone know what kinds of typeface National Geographic uses in their Trail Illustrated Map series? The typfaces for area names, creeks, etc. If no one knows, what alternatives would be better? Any assistance would be great!
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Geographic information systems (GIS) and cartography; the relations between GIS and cartography; the importance of maps in GIS as a visualization tool; spatial data; examples for the application of cartographic methods; map characteristics in GIS; cartographic approaches; the cartographic communication process in GIS; map functions and map types of GIS applications; cartographic visualization; cognition; communication; formalism; design of maps as end product of GIS; generalization; symbolization; map production; desktop mapping; statistical representation related with GIS; statistical surveys; cartographic analysis for spatial data; statistical mapping methods; techniques for presentation of information; electronic atlases; maps and multimedia systems, animated maps; rule and knowledge-based systems in cartography; some examples of visualization software in GIS ...
To investigate the safety and efficacy of a treatment regimen consisting of induction therapy with Campath-1H and steroid-free low dose maintenance immunosuppression, consisting of mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) and tacrolimus converted to sirolimus. This is to be followed by complete withdrawal of immunosuppression beginning at one year, at a minimum, post transplant, in recipients who have also been given four infusions of purified donor hematopoietic Cluster of Differentiation (CD)34+ stem cells (DHSC ...
We report the hemodynamic parameters of stage 18, 21, 24, and 27 chick embryos (from 3 to 5 days of incubation). Dorsal aortic blood velocity and mean vitelline artery blood pressure are measured with a 20 MHz pulsed-Doppler meter and servo-null pressure system respectively. We also measure heart rate, dorsal aortic diameter and embryo weight of each developmental stage. From these data, we calculate mean dorsal aortic blood flow, mean dorsal aortic blood flow per cardiac cycle, mean dorsal aortic blood flow per milligram embryo weight, vascular resistance and cardiac work. Blood flow increases geometrically with each embryo stage but remains constant when normalized for embryo weight. Mean arterial pressure increases linearly and vascular resistance decreases geometrically. Cardiac work increases in proportion to embryo weight. These results define the parameters of normal hemodynamic function during early embryonic development. ...
Labels: neuroepithelium (ne); first branchial arch (fb); second branchial membrane (sb); atrial heart chamber (ac); vitelline artery (va); bulbus cordis heart region (bc); pericardio-peritoneal canal (ppc); hindgut (hg); somite (s); caudal neuropore (cn); neural lumen (nl); peritoneal cavity (pc). The developing heart is indicated by arrows. Scale bars represent 200 microns ...
My research efforts have concentrated on delineating the molecular basis of vascular development in the mammalian embryo as an approach to understanding the etiology of congenital heart diseases. My laborotory efforts are based on the hypothesis that the developing vasculature provides important patterning information that directs subsequent cardiac and pulmonary morphogenetic events. We have focused our investigation on two areas: 1) the role of endothelial cell adhesion molecules, particularly PECAM-1 in regulating vascular ontogeny and 2) the role of NFATc-1, in specification of endocardial development during early organogenesis. PECAM-1/CD31 is the earliest endothelial specific adhesion molecule expressed in the developing embryo. In addition, it is expressed as multiple alternatively spliced isoforms which demonstrate dramatically different adhesion profiles. We are using in vitro cell culture, in situ whole mouse embryo culture, and transgenic approaches to define the specific role of PECAM-1
My research efforts have concentrated on delineating the molecular basis of vascular development in the mammalian embryo as an approach to understanding the etiology of congenital heart diseases. My laborotory efforts are based on the hypothesis that the developing vasculature provides important patterning information that directs subsequent cardiac and pulmonary morphogenetic events. We have focused our investigation on two areas: 1) the role of endothelial cell adhesion molecules, particularly PECAM-1 in regulating vascular ontogeny and 2) the role of NFATc-1, in specification of endocardial development during early organogenesis. PECAM-1/CD31 is the earliest endothelial specific adhesion molecule expressed in the developing embryo. In addition, it is expressed as multiple alternatively spliced isoforms which demonstrate dramatically different adhesion profiles. We are using in vitro cell culture, in situ whole mouse embryo culture, and transgenic approaches to define the specific role of PECAM-1
ID NDRG1_MOUSE Reviewed; 394 AA. AC Q62433; P97862; DT 15-JUL-1999, integrated into UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot. DT 01-NOV-1996, sequence version 1. DT 25-OCT-2017, entry version 145. DE RecName: Full=Protein NDRG1; DE AltName: Full=N-myc downstream-regulated gene 1 protein; DE Short=Protein Ndr1; GN Name=Ndrg1; Synonyms=Ndr1, Ndrl, Tdd5; OS Mus musculus (Mouse). OC Eukaryota; Metazoa; Chordata; Craniata; Vertebrata; Euteleostomi; OC Mammalia; Eutheria; Euarchontoglires; Glires; Rodentia; Myomorpha; OC Muroidea; Muridae; Murinae; Mus; Mus. OX NCBI_TaxID=10090; RN [1] RP NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE [MRNA], SUBCELLULAR LOCATION, DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE, RP AND INDUCTION. RC TISSUE=Embryo; RX PubMed=10381566; DOI=10.1016/S0925-4773(99)00025-8; RA Shimono A., Okuda T., Kondoh H.; RT "N-myc-dependent repression of ndr1, a gene identified by direct RT subtraction of whole mouse embryo cDNAs between wild type and N-myc RT mutant."; RL Mech. Dev. 83:39-52(1999). RN [2] RP NUCLEOTIDE SEQUENCE [MRNA], TISSUE SPECIFICITY, ...
In the technique, each complex in the nucleus is given a different molecular barcode, with all of the molecules within a single complex receiving the same barcode. Then, the complexes can be broken open and the molecules analyzed. This way, scientists can determine if two or more molecules were interacting, depending on whether they had the same barcode.. Led by graduate student Sofia Quinodoz, the team used SPRITE to discover that genes across different chromosomes (large folded structures of DNA) cluster together around specific nuclear bodies. Specifically, inactive genes--those that are turned off--across different chromosomes cluster together around a particular nuclear body called the nucleolus, which contains repressive proteins on DNA that keep genes turned off. Conversely, active genes grouped about another kind of nuclear body called the nuclear speckle, contain molecules that help turn the genes on and make them into proteins.. "With SPRITE, we were able to see thousands of ...
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Edited by Ian Masser. This book draws on authors wealth of knowledge working on numerous projects across many countries. It provides a clear overview of the development of the SDI concept and SDI worldwide implementation and brings a logical chronological approach to the linkage of GIS technology with SDI enabling data…. Hardback - 2019-10-08 ...
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Holy crap! What to do when one of the few iconic prehistoric maps isnt a map? The 6200 BC map of Çatalhöyük in Turkey, complete with erupting volcano in the background, prefaces many discussions of maps and mapping. It is used to situate contemporary mapping as part of a long trajectory - humans have always…
Holy crap! What to do when one of the few iconic prehistoric maps isnt a map? The 6200 BC map of Çatalhöyük in Turkey, complete with erupting volcano in the background, prefaces many discussions of maps and mapping. It is used to situate contemporary mapping as part of a long trajectory - humans have always…
Two forms of mononuclear cells were seen in the liver sinusoids of an 11-day mouse embryo. They were qualitatively and cytometrically examined by light and electron microscopy. The first form consisted of free macrophages which possessed erythrophagosomes in the cytoplasm, many cytoplasmic extensions on their cell surface and clear vesicles singly or in groups in the cell periphery. The average cell diameter of macrophages was 10.4 +/- 1.6 microns and the nuclear-cytoplasmic (N-C) ratio 0.36 +/- 0.11. The second form of mononuclear cells in the sinusoids was free from large heterophagosomes. The majority of them ranged from 7 to 12 microns in cell diameter and had a larger N-C ratio than the first form. The cytometrical results showed that the two types of mononuclear cells contained in the sinusoids of the 11-day embryo are similar in properties to the mononuclear cells in extraembryonic and yolk sac vitelline vessels before the start of liver hemopoiesis. The origins of sinusoidal mononuclear cells of
Map Guy planned it all and if the whole cartography thing ever falls through Im sure he could rock it as a travel agent or tour guide. Apart from the infographic, we had daily maps and directions with a list of activities to do every day. It wasnt a "you must do this", more an idea of what was available. We ended up doing most of his suggestions because they were bloody good and involved a lot of trains for the short train-obsessed blond kid in our group ...
Lifemap. Lifemap is an interactive tool to explore the WHOLE NCBI TAXONOMY. The concept used in Lifemap is similar to the one used in cartography with tools like Google Maps© or Open Street Maps: exploring is done by zooming and panning. The current tree contains ALL species present in NCBI .... Tags: Bioinformatics, Lifemap, Tree, Phylogeny, Taxonomy, Draw, View, Zoom, See, France, Interactive. ...
The project is related to an important aspect of what landscape architecture is about, namely identifying, unveiling and eventually transforming a site, to fit with what is already there. Revealing & celebration the real landscape and its specificities. Unlike the abstract, which attempts to neutralise specificity and establish the universality of the artefact, the Literal, the Real, connects with history, giving (elements or fabrics) the aura of authenticity by repetition, reflection or critique. -Ian McDougall. Indeed, the project´s goal was not to build or un-build, a landscape but to conceive the conditions for its experiencing. To do so, the process involved in-depth site reconnaissance and precise on-site cartography making. During the 5 years process, including the 14 months of work, the designers walked more than 200km on site, took and studied more than 15,000 images, and received up to 50 specialists in different fields related to nature restoration, in search for ways to optimize ...
Hello there (and sorry for the length),. I have always been interested in fossils (found my first in a ravine in San Diego, CA. at the age of 6). I know that fossils are dated with a variety of methods, one of them being the measure of the half life or radiactive decay etc. I also understand the great pressure and time it requires to cause bones to fossilize. But when I look at historical cartography and references, "here be dragons" always comes up. Sometimes the term was used to designate dangerous or unexplored seas, but it started being observed in writings/maps more and more as seafarers (and explorers) traveled further and further into the unknown. As superstitious as I think men have been in the past, I believe there are enough historical records and accounts to ensure the possibility that there actually was physical living creatures that inspired the use of the term "dragon", rather than just superstitious hearsay.. Now I dont necessarily believe all dragons were flying or ...
Martin Vargics cartography creates an indirect commentary on how cultural proximities are every bit as relevant today as geographical ones.
This volume focuses on the internal structure of prepositional phrases, an area that has so far received little attention from the standpoint of cartography.
NAVTEQ is a provider for digital maps and map content used in navigation and location-based services. The NAVTEQ Network for Developers (NN4D) program provides developers with a variety of APIs for mapping, road traffic data, and advertising. NAVTEQs Map Reporter allows individuals to suggest updates or corrections to NAVTEQ maps. Users can give feedback about addresses, roads or road features, points of interest, or traffic restrictions. Attachments, such as images or supporting evidence, can also be added to the submission. In addition to submitting feedback on existing map elements, users can suggest new map content such as other points of interest or cartography details. The Map Reporter web service is composed of two primary parts: a submission service that allows users to provide their feedback to NAVTEQ, and a query service for searching map reports for the status and details of previously submitted requests ...
Natural Earth is a public domain map dataset available at 1:10 million (1 cm = 100 km), 1:50 million, and 1:110 million map scales. Featuring closely integrated vector and raster data, with Natural Earth one can make a variety of maps with all commonly used cartography and GIS software. ...
via brainpickings.org Geopolitical cartography is all about an objective view of the worlds political conventions. But theres nothing politically correct in Bulgarian-born, London-based designer Yanko Tsvetkovs Mapping Stereotypes project - a s...
This final part of the series will cover using cartographic representations for dashed lines, like the red and white cased lines in the image at the left, and for creating cul-de-sac or squared off ends to streets. Both of these effects will build on the examples in the previous two portions of this series with one exception. Because we will be using cartographic representations for the streets, we will be better able to manage line caps and therefore will not need to use the Dissolve tool to dissolve the streets by name, type, and z-level. The removal of this step is significant because now an extra dataset is not required just to have cartographic quality streets; everything needed for a high quality cartographic depiction of streets can be stored in attributes. This should come as good news to those of you who have mentioned to us, many times, that managing additional datasets for the sake of cartography is not only a data management, but a political hurdle, that you would just as soon not ...
Across most the globe, the map of the world is full of mens names - with the exception of a few queens and wives. Antarctica is the exception. Here, women leaders and scientists have been memorialised in cartography.
Todays Digest is full of new perspectives on appropriate models and techniques, including the future of gnotobiotics and using unbiased metagenomics to find RNA viruses. There are also several plant, root, and soil papers, particularly examining the interplay between bacterial and fungal communities. Finally, enjoy a preprint about the cartography of antibiotic resistance genes in…
Yesterday, Stanford researcher Karl Deisseroth and his lab published the most detailed images of whole mouse brains that we have ...