Category Eponym
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James Bain

James Bain (1934 – ) Canadian anesthesiologist. Inventor of the Bain breathing circuit; a significant advance in anaesthesia and a modification of the Mapleson D circuit.
Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried Waldeyer-Hartz (1836 – 1921) 340

Wilhelm von Waldeyer-Hartz

Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried Waldeyer-Hartz (1836 – 1921) was a German anatomist. Recognised as one of the forefathers of Anatomical science, Waldeyer's fascia and Waldeyer's ring are 2 of his more well known eponyms
James Syme (1799–1870) 340

James Syme

James Syme (1799–1870) was a Scottish General Surgeon. The Syme ankle amputation attributed to him was a triumph of conservative surgery in the days where more proximal amputations had much higher mortality rates.
Berkeley George Andrew Moynihan, Lord Moynihan of Leeds (1865-1936) 340 2

Berkeley Moynihan

Berkeley George Andrew Moynihan, Lord Moynihan of Leeds (1865 - 1936) was an English General surgeon. Eponymously associated with the Moynihan sign (1905), an adaptation of Murphy's sign, a method used to differentiate pain in the right upper quadrant.
Frederic Jay Cotton (1869 - 1939) 340 2

Frederic Jay Cotton

Frederic Jay Cotton (1869–1939) was an American Orthopedic Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Cotton fracture (trimalleolar fracture) and Cotton-Loader position (hyper-flexed wrist with ulna deviation in closed reduction of distal radius fractures)
Ernst Fuchs (1851-1930) 340

Ernst Fuchs

Ernst Fuchs (1851-1930) was an Austrian Professor of Ophthalmology. Eponyms: Fuchs Dellen, Fuchs Corneal dystrophy, Fuchs Spots in myopia, Fuchs uveitis syndrome and Fuchs coloboma.
Leland Greene Hawkins (1933 – 1991) 340

Leland G Hawkins

Leland Greene Hawkins (1933 - 1991) was an American orthopedic surgeon. Hawkins classification system for talar neck fractures (1970) revolutionized management and helped quantify the risk of progression to avascular necrosis