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Pathologisch-anatomische Sektionsmethode.

Pathologisch-anatomische Sektionsmethode. The author gives a condensed description of the postmortem method used and adopted at the Institute of pathologic Anatomy of the German University of Prague. This method is a combination of the classic methods of Virchow and Rokitansky, and is a modification of Zenker's method first described by Hauser in 1913 in his book, Zenker's Postmortem Technic, and consists in removing from the body the entire system of the organs after a careful examination in situ. The organs of the chest and neck are removed together, and in the same way the organs of the upper abdominal cavity, the organs of the genito-urinary system and so forth. The description of each single organ is supplemented with exact anatomic notes, including the inspection of the blood vessels and the lymphatic system. The author does not give the description of postmortem examination of the bones and joints. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

Pathologisch-anatomische Sektionsmethode.

JAMA , Volume 85 (1) – Jul 4, 1925

Pathologisch-anatomische Sektionsmethode.

Abstract


The author gives a condensed description of the postmortem method used and adopted at the Institute of pathologic Anatomy of the German University of Prague. This method is a combination of the classic methods of Virchow and Rokitansky, and is a modification of Zenker's method first described by Hauser in 1913 in his book, Zenker's Postmortem Technic, and consists in removing from the body the entire system of the organs after a careful examination in situ. The organs of...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1925 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1925.02670010064042
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Abstract

The author gives a condensed description of the postmortem method used and adopted at the Institute of pathologic Anatomy of the German University of Prague. This method is a combination of the classic methods of Virchow and Rokitansky, and is a modification of Zenker's method first described by Hauser in 1913 in his book, Zenker's Postmortem Technic, and consists in removing from the body the entire system of the organs after a careful examination in situ. The organs of the chest and neck are removed together, and in the same way the organs of the upper abdominal cavity, the organs of the genito-urinary system and so forth. The description of each single organ is supplemented with exact anatomic notes, including the inspection of the blood vessels and the lymphatic system. The author does not give the description of postmortem examination of the bones and joints.

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jul 4, 1925

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