Austin Flint Murmur: Mid diastolic, low pitch rumble heard best at the apex. Absence of opening snap/loud S1 distinguishes from that of mitral stenosis
Robert Bentley Todd (1809 – 1860) was an Irish physician. Provided early depictions of migraine, peripheral neuritis, and postepileptic paralysis (Todd’s palsy). He also gave an important discourse on locomotor ataxy (tabes dorsalis).
Michele Landolfi (1878 – 1959) medico italiano. Phonacoscopy (1906) Landolfi sign in severe aortic regurgitation (1909)
Moritz Heinrich Romberg (1795-1873) was a German neurologist. Eponym: Romberg Test, Parry-Romberg syndrome and Howship–Romberg sign
James Parkinson (1755 – 1824) was an English surgeon, apothecary, palaeontologist, geologist and political activist.
Marshall Hall (1790-1857) was an English physician, physiologist and humanitarian
Austin Flint (1812-1886) American Physician. Eponym – mid-diastolic aortic regurgitant murmur heard at the apex – Austin Flint Murmur 1862
Romberg test initially described in tabes dorsalis; now as a feature of all proprioceptive disorders of the legs or neuropathies involving dorsal columns.