Edith Louise Potter (1901 - 1993) was an American pediatric pathologist. Potter facies (1946); Potter syndrome; Potter syndrome; Potter sequence; and the Potter classification of polycystic kidney disease (1964)
Maria Magdalena Dąbska (1921 - 2014) was a Polish pathologist. Dąbska tumor (1969) is the only cutaneous tumour named after a female pathologist.
Winifred Mayer Ashby (1879 - 1975) was an English born, American pathologist, pianist and medical researcher. Ashby technique (1919)
Ella Hutzler Oppenheimer (1897 - 1981) was an American pediatric pathologist and amateur conchologist. Landing-Oppenheimer syndrome (1959)
Paul Wilhelm Heinrich Langerhans (1847 - 1888) was a German pathologist, physiologist and biologist. Langerhans cell (1868) of the immune system, and islets of Langerhans (1869) in the pancreas
Gladys Rowena Henry Dick (1881 - 1963) was an American physician, pathologist and vaccinologist. Dick test (1924) in scarlet fever
Myrtelle May Canavan (1879 - 1953) was an American neuropathologist. Canavan disease (1931)
Seraphima Schachowa (1854 - ) was a Russian physician and histologist. Schachowa spiral tubulues (1876) [renal tubuli]
Lotte Strauss (1913–1985) was a German born, American practicing pathologist. Eponymous affiliation with Churg-Strauss Syndrome (CSS) in 1951. Now known as Eosinophilic Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (EGPA)
Sophie Spitz (1910 - 1956) was an American pathologist. Spitz nevus (1948)
Freida 'Yarmalinsky' Young (1910 - 2004) was an English physician and pathologist. Dyke-Young anaemia (1938)
Cécile Vogt (1875 - 1962) was a French neuropathologist.