Also known as precordial catch syndrome (PCS), Texidor Twinge is a benign condition that causes brief episodes of localised musculoskeletal chest pain in children and young adults
Henri Huchard (1844 - 1910) was a French cardiologist and neurologist. Eponymous term: Syndrôme de Huchard (Texidor twinge) in 1893
Harris Miller Branham (1862 – 1936) was an American physician. Branham sign (1890) - bradycardia following occlusion the artery entering an arteriovenous fistula
Clinically, the Bezold-Jarisch reflex is an inhibitory reflex usually denoted as a cardioinhibitory reflex defined as bradycardia, vasodilation, and hypotension resulting from stimulation of cardiac receptors.
George Edward Fell (1849 – 1918); American surgeon and engineer. Innovator of Forced respiration (IPPV), Fell laryngeal tube, the electric chair and Fell apparatus
Rudolph Matas (1860 – 1957) was an American vascular surgeon; prominent figure and pioneer to the fields of both surgery and anaesthesia.
Joseph O'Dwyer (1841 – 1898) was an American physician. Father of laryngeal intubation in croup; O'Dwyer plain tube; system for intralaryngeal intubation; Fell-O’Dwyer apparatus
James Douglas (1675 - 1742) was a Scottish physician and anatomist. Pouch of Douglas; folds of Douglas; and line of Douglas
August Karl Gustav Bier (1861-1949) German Surgeon. Used Esmarch tourniquet forming the basis of his eponymous Bier block regional anaesthesia
John Henry Blease (1906 - 1985) British inventor and anaesthetic technician. Blease-Manley ventilator; the Alfo-Blease anaesthetic machine
John Templeton Bowen (1857 – 1940) was an American dermatologist. Eponym: Bowen's disease, Bowen's disease of the vulva, Bowenoid papulosis
Jacques Lisfranc de St. Martin (1787–1847) was a French Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Lisfranc joint / fracture / injury / amputation (1815)