I am writing a appendix for my thesis, where I want to put the most relevant results that I cite from various sources. I want to do this because I would like to keep everything as self-contained as possible, so that a possible reader can read the main needed results on the appendix without searching lots of textbooks and articles.
Now, many of these results are well known (for example, the Implicit function theorem), while others are just useful propositions or corollaries that maybe are well known but don't have a "proper name".
While "Theorem 1.1 Implicit function theorem " is acceptable ( would be the reference in bibliography), I refuse to write something like "Theorem 1.2 Corollary 3.2 ", meaning that I refer to the Corollary 3.2 of . How can I get into the "theorem environment" without triggering the automatic "Theorem x.x" at the beginning?