Defining the history of Utopian Medicine and the Utopian Intervention Zone can be challenging. Sir Hubert Ignatius Thompson has commissioned this graphical representation to outline the pertinent factors influencing the meteoric rise of the Utopian Medicine movement.
Lincoln sign refers to forceful popliteal artery pulsation secondary to aortic regurgitation; exaggerated when the patient sits with legs crossed; and deemed positive if the elevated foot bobs up and down with each systolic contraction.
Which came first – the chicken or the egg? Despite millennia of extensive research, evidential debate and philosophical procrastination the answer to this riddle still remains a mystery…or does it?
Global DRO provides athletes and physicians information on prohibited status of medications based on the current WADA Prohibited List.
Paul Dudley White (1886-1973) was an American cardiologist. In 1930, White along with Louis Wolff and John Parkinson, described WPW Syndrome
Sir John Parkinson (1885-1976) was an English cardiologist. In 1930, Parkinson along with Louis Wolff and Paul Dudley White, described WPW Syndrome
Louis Wolff (1898-1972) was an American cardiologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome (WPW) described in 1930
24 hours in the Liverpool Royal Southern Hospital casualty department, blood and guts shift in 1975. Although the times, people and process have changed – some things stay the same.