Hypothesis: Women are underrepresented in the realm of medical eponyms. Deep dive into eponymythology, and the roiling ocean of gender imbalance.
Lilly Dubowitz (1930 - 2016) Hungarian-born British paediatrician. Dubowitz Score (1970); Dubowitz neurological examination (1980)
Nancy Burton Esterly (1935 - 2017) was an American pediatric dermatologist. Esterly-McKusick syndrome (1971)
Gertrud Dina Schachenmann (1910 - 1997) was a Swiss pediatrician. Smith-Theiler-Schachenmann syndrome (1966)
Gabrielle Charlotte Lévy (1886 - 1935) was a French neurologist and neuropathologist. Roussy-Lévy syndrome (1926); Lhermitte-Lévy syndrome (1931)
Gerty Theresa (née Radnitz) Cori (1896 - 1957) was a Czech-born American biochemist. Cori cycle (1929), Cori ester (1936), Nobel prize (1947)
Maria Magdalena Dąbska (1921 - 2014) was a Polish pathologist. Dąbska tumor (1969) is the only cutaneous tumour named after a female pathologist.
Florence Rena Sabin (1871 - 1953) was an American anatomist and medical researcher.
Ruth Wynne-Davies (1926 – 2012) was an English orthopedic surgeon and geneticist. Wynne-Davies Criteria for Ligamentous Laxity (1970)