Charles Barrett Lockwood (1856 – 1914) was an English surgeon. Lockwood sign of chronic appendicitis, described by Colt in 1932
Ottomar Ernst Felix Rosenbach (1851 – 1907) was a German physician. Rosenbach sign of aortic regurgitation (1878), Rosenbach sign of autoimmune hyperthyroidism, Rosenbach-Semon Law (1880), and Rosenbach test (1880).
Capgras syndrome: uncommon syndrome in which a patient has a delusional belief that a person, usually a family member or friend, has been replaced by an imposter.
French psychiatrist, Jean Marie Joseph Capgras (1873-1950) best known for his description ‘syndrome d’illusion des sosies’, Capgras syndrome in 1923
Biography Born 17 October 1886, Montgomery County, Tennessee 1903-07 – Completed B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University, Tennessee 1908-12 – Graduated with M.D. degree from the School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University 1912-15 – Further postgraduate training supported by a Rockefeller Fellowship as a fellow, instructor, then resident pathologist under Nobel Laureate George Whipple, in the […]
Joseph Škoda (1805–1881) was a Czech physician. Eponym: Skodaic ressonance (1837) – third class of percussion sounds
Authors eponymously associated with abdominal signs, symptoms, investigation and management of appendicitis
Charles Skinner Hallpike (1900 – 1979) was an English otologist. Dix-Hallpike Test (1952); Peep-Show technique (1947); Bithermal caloric test (1942)
Vladimir Mikhailovich Voskresensky Владимир Михайлович Воскресенский (1902 – 1951) was a Russian general surgeon.
Nicholas Alders (1904 – 1995) was a Hungarian born, Austrian trained, English naturalised obstetrician, gynaecologist and surgeon. Remembered for his description of Alders sign (1951)