Category Eponym
Alfred-Armand-Louis-Marie Velpeau (1795 – 1867) 340

Alfred Velpeau

Alfred-Armand-Louis-Marie Velpeau (1795 – 1867) French Surgeon and anatomist writing over 340 titles on surgery, embryology, anatomy and obstetrics
Fred Lange-Nielsen (1919 – 1989) 1

Fred Lange-Nielsen

Fred Lange-Nielsen (1919–1989) Norwegian physician and Jazz musician. 1957 with Anton Jervell, defined syncope, LQTS and congenital deaf (JLNS)
Anton Jervell (1901 – 1987) 1

Anton Jervell

Anton Jervell (1901 – 1987) was a Norwegian physician with Fred Lange-Nielsen, described syncope, LQTS and congenital deafness (JLNS) in 1957

Adolph Kussmaul

Biography Born 22 February 1822 Graben, Germany. Son to Philip Jacob Kussmaul (physician) and grandson to 1857 – Professor of Medicine, Heidelberg 1859 – Professor of Medicine, Erlangen 1863 – Professor of Medicine, Freiburg im Breisgau 1876 – Professor of…
eponym LITFL 340

Lewis Conner

Lewis Atterbury Conner (1867-1950) was an American cardiologist. Conner sign (1926) - dull percussion R lower posterior lung field in pericardial effusion

Camille Biot

Camille Biot (1850 – 1918) was a French physician.  Most famous for describing Biot breathing. Biography Born 19 December 1850 Chatenoy-le-Royal, France Intern at Hôtel Dieu Hospital in Lyon, France Practiced in Maçon in 1875 Became member of L’Académie de…
Caleb Hillier Parry (1755 – 1822) 1

Caleb Hillier Parry

Caleb Hillier Parry 1755–1822 English physician described Hemifacial atrophy; angina pectoris; Hirschprung disease; Graves disease in 1825
Sir John Floyer (1649 – 1734) 1

John Floyer

Sir John Floyer (1649–1734) English physician, Inventor of pulse watch (1707); advocate of cold bathing and hydrotherapy and asthma therapy
Robert-James-Graves-1796-1853 340

Robert James Graves

Robert James Graves (1796-1853) was an Irish physician. Graves disease (1835). Renowned polyglot with proficient linguistic skills and a talented artist
eponym LITFL 340

William Dressler

Wilhelm Dressler (1890 – 1969) Polish born American cardiologist. Eponym Dressler beat (1952) Dressler syndrome (1956)
Peter Josef Safar (1924 – 2003) 1

Peter Safar

Peter Safar (1924 – 2003) was an Austrian physician. Credited with pioneering cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and Laws for Navigation of Life