Carl Reinhold August Wunderlich (1815 – 1877) was a German physician. Inventor of the clinical thermometer. Wunderlich syndrome and law
Angelo Mosso (1846-1910) was an Italian physiologist, archaeologist, politician, mountain climber and teacher.
Thomas Philip Ayre (1901-1979) was an English anaesthetist. Ayre is most well-known for his eponymous T-piece, a device which revolutionised anaesthesia for babies and children.
Frederic Eugene Basil Foley (1891 – 1966) was an American urologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Foley catheter and many other urological inventions
Tolosa-Hunt syndrome is a severe unilateral periorbital headache and ophthalmoplegia resulting from a non-caseating granulomatous inflammation of the cavernous sinus and/or superior orbital fissure.
Eduard Tolosa i Colomer (1900 – 1981) was a Spanish neurosurgeon. described the superior orbital fissure syndrome in 1954 (Tolosa-Hunt syndrome)
“The best advice I can give you is to just swallow. Don’t spit it out, don’t complain. Just swallow” Advice from Anonymous PGY3 Junior Doctor I always thought career suicide would consist of something more dramatic. Stealing drugs from the hospital, posting something unethical on social media, or even just simply not doing your job. […]
Thomas Hodgkin (1798 – 1866) was an English physician and pathologist. Eponym: Hodgkin disease (1832); Key-Hodgkin murmur (1827)
Giulio Ceradini (1844 – 1894) was an Italian physiologist. illustrated the mechanism of closure of the semilunar valves
Paul Bert (1833 – 1886) was a French physiologist, zoologist and politician. Known for the Paul Bert Effect (1878)