Description What is the actual eponymous medical sign/syndrome/repair/classification… History Associated Persons James Rutherford Morison (1853 – 1939) Alternative names Name Name Controversies Did they first describe or popularise or plagiarise? References Morison JR: The anatomy of right hypochondrium relating especially to operations for gall stones. Br Med J 1894; 2: 968-971 Morison R. On Gall-stones. Ann […]
Bazett formula ‘corrects’ the measured QT interval to a value (QTc) attributable to a heart rate of 60 bpm. Thus providing a QT interval value that a particular patient would theoretically have if their heart rate was 60 beats/min
Primary thrombosis of the subclavian vein at the costoclavicular junction. The formation of an axillo-subclavian vein thrombosis results from endothelial trauma, often as a result of repetitive activity of the upper limbs.
In 1961, Jack Handyside Barnes, his nine year-old son, and a local surf lifesaver were rushed to Cairns Base Hospital after developing Irukandji syndrome. Thus the riddle of what caused Irukandji Syndrome was solved; years of detective work had reached its climax in a dramatic and decisive episode of self-experimentation. Jack Barnes was both a […]
Eosinophilic granulomatosis with polyangiitis (EGPA) – archaic eponym: Churg–Strauss syndrome (CSS) or allergic granulomatosis