Luís Morquio (1867 - 1935) was a Uruguayan paediatrician. Eponym: Morquio syndrome (1929) Severe form of skeletal dysplasia
William Wellesley Mapleson (1926 – 2018) was an English physicist of anaesthesia. Classified of the five ‘Mapleson breathing circuits’ in 1954
Henry Robert Silvester (1828-1908) was an English physician. Eponym: Silvester method of artificial respiration; and hypodermic inflation to prevent drowning...
Alessandro Lelli - Italian orthopaedic surgeon specialising in knee arthroscopy and reconstructive surgery. Eponym: Lelli test (Lever test) Knee ACL
John Englebert Dunphy (1908-1981). Dunphy sign [*cough test for appendicitis] increased pain, localised to the right lower quadrant.
Emil Samuel Perman (1856 - 1946) was a Swedish general surgeon. Eponymsously associated with the Perman-Rovsing sign
Sir Thomas Lewis (1881 - 1945) was a Welsh cardiologist. Eponymously remembered for the Lewis lead (S5-lead) (1913)
Niels Thorkild Rovsing (1862-1927) was a Danish surgeon Eponym linked with Rovsing sign (1907) in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis
Henry Edmund Gaskin Boyle (1875-1941) was a Barbadian/British anaesthetist. Boyle machine and Boyle-Davis gag
James Bain (1934 – ) Canadian anesthesiologist. Inventor of the Bain breathing circuit; a significant advance in anaesthesia and a modification of the Mapleson D circuit.
James Sherren (1872-1945) British General surgeon. Eponym: Sherren's triangle - area of hyperaesthesia associated with appendicitis
Nikolay Markianovich Volkovich (Николай Маркианович Волкович) (1858-1928). Eponymously linked with Volkovich-kocher sign