Category Eponym
Carlo Mondini (1729-1803) 340

Carlo Mondini

Carlo Mondini (1729 – 1803) was an Italian anatomist and physician. Described the Mondini deformity of the inner ear with congenital deafness in 1791
Vaughan Pendred (1869–1946) 340

Vaughan Pendred

Vaughan Pendred (1869–1946) was an English GP. Pendred first described the syndrome of bilateral sensorineural hearing loss with goitre (Pendred syndrome)
Julius Arnold (1835-1915) 340 3

Julius Arnold

Julius Arnold (1835 – 1915) was a German pathologist. Eponymously affiliated with Type II Chiari malformation (Arnold–Chiari malformation)
Karl Maximilian Wilhelm Wilms (1867 – 1918) 340

Max Wilms

Karl Maximilian Wilhelm Wilms (1867 – 1918) was a German surgeon and pathologist. Eponymously affiliated with Wilms Tumour (nephroblastoma)
Ernest-Charles Lasègue (1816 – 1883) 340

Ernest-Charles Lasègue

Ernest-Charles Lasègue (1816 – 1883) French Physician. Eponym Lasègue sign of sciatic nerve irritation. Anorexia nervosa. Folie à deux. Conversion hysteria.
William Edwards Ladd (1880 – 1967) 340

William Edwards Ladd

Biography Born 8 September 1880 in Massachusetts as the sixth of seven children Graduated with an MD from Harvard Medical School in 1906 1910-1913 Assistant Visiting Surgeon to the Boston City Hospital, Infant’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital and Milton Hospital 1912…

Sir Geoffrey Jefferson (1886 – 1961) 340

Geoffrey Jefferson

Sir Geoffrey Jefferson (1886 – 1961) British Neurosurgeon. Eponym: Jefferson fracture - a complex burst fracture of the ring of the atlas (C1)
Sir John Charnley (1911 – 1982) 340

Sir John Charnley

Sir John Charnley (1911 – 1982) was an English orthopaedic surgeon recognised as the founder of modern hip replacement. Charnley prosthesis