Authors eponymously associated with abdominal signs, symptoms, investigation and management of appendicitis
John Benjamin Murphy (1857 – 1916) was an American physician and abdominal surgeon. Murphy’s Sign (1903); Murphy’s triad; Murphy’s punch test and many more
Angelo Mosso (1846-1910) was an Italian physiologist, archaeologist, politician, mountain climber and teacher.
Shoutouts for the COVID-19 Critical Care Staff Wellbeing Survey; and ED screening and patient flow management of suspected COVID-19 patients
Carl Reinhold August Wunderlich (1815 – 1877) was a German physician. Inventor of the clinical thermometer. Wunderlich syndrome and law
#CoVisuals are educational visual abstracts created by Dr. Chelsea Harris, MD, MS a General Surgery Resident at the University of Maryland.
Osgood–Schlatter disease (OSD) Osteochondrosis or traction apophysitis of the tibial tubercle. Paget (1891), Osgood (1903), Schlatter (1903)
William Ewart (1848 – 1929) was an English physician. Ewart signs of pericardial effusion (1896) and his twelve signs of pericardial effusion
Sir Ivan Whiteside Magill (1888 – 1986) was an Irish Anaesthetist. Epomnymously affiliated with various anaesthetic devices such as the Magill forceps
Eponymythology associated with chest X-ray signs in pulmonary embolus and pulmonary infarction. We review related eponyms, the person behind their origin, their relevance today, and modern terminology