Jeremy Rogers

Physician in training. German translator and lover of medical history.
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Thomas Geoffrey Barlow
Thomas Geoffrey Barlow (1915 – 1975) British Orthopaedic surgeon. Barlow maneuver (Barlow test) screening for developmental dysplasia of the hip in infants
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Marino Ortolani
Marino Ortolani (1904 – 1983) Italian pediatrician. Professor Marino Ortolani revolutionized the management of Italian pediatric wards. Ortolani Test CHD
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Developmental dysplasia of the hip
Description Developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH), previously referred to as congenital dislocation of the hip (CDH), means that the hip joint of a newborn baby is dislocated or prone to dislocation. History Calot – 1905, 1926 Ortolani – 1935…
Pierre Le Damany
Pierre Le Damany (1870 - 1963) was a French physician. Best known for his extensive work on congenital dislocation of the hip, the diagnosis, mechanism and treatment
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Friedrich von Müller
Friedrich von Müller (1858 - 1941) was a German physician. Revered as ‘The Great Clinician’ (Dem Grossen Kliniker), he is now best remembered for Müller sign in aortic regurgitation (1889).
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Giovanni Mingazzini
Giovanni Mingazzini (1859 – 1929) Italian neurologist known for his extensive contributions to neuroanatomy, particularly with the study of the lenticular nucleus, cerebellum and corpus collosum, as well as the study of aphasia
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Guillain–Barré syndrome
Guillain-Barré syndrome is the most common and severe acute inflammatory paralytic neuropathy. The classical description of GBS involves rapidly progressive bilateral weakness, usually starting in the distal lower extremities and ascending proximally.
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Georges Charles Guillain
Georges Charles Guillain (1876 – 1961) was a French neurologist. Associated with multiple neurology-related eponyms including Guillain-Barré syndrome