Dupuytren contracture: A gradual thickening and tightening of the fascia under the skin of the palm and fingers in the hand.
Parry-Romberg syndrome: progressive facial hemiatrophy usually involving the soft tissues of one side of the face. Parry (1825) Romberg (1846)
Acquired fibrous degeneration of the left and right bundle branches, eventually manifesting as permanent complete atrioventricular (AV) dissociation with cardiac pauses and Adams-Stokes attacks
Da Costa syndrome (soldier's heart, neurocirculatory asthenia) most commonly considered a manifestation of an anxiety disorder
Lown–Ganong–Levine syndrome (LGL): Proposed pre-excitation syndrome. Accessory pathway composed of James fibres.
Neurofibromatosis (NF) is the term used to describe a group of genetic disorders primarily affecting the cell growth of neural tissues. Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is a neurodermal dysplasia, previously known as von Recklinghausen disease. (1882)
Bennett fracture: Intra-articular fracture of the base of first metacarpal with carpometacarpal joint involvement. Edward Hallaran Bennett (1837-1907)
Rolando fracture (1910) Comminuted T/Y-shaped intra-articular three-part fracture base of first metacarpal. Silvio Rolando (1873-1949)
Midfacial facial injeuct classification. Maxilla separated from the skull base along planes of injury. Described by René Le Fort (1869- 1951) in 1901
Bell’s palsy: Acute idiopathic unilateral paralysis of the facial nerve. Named after Sir Charles Bell and his description in 1827
Wagstaffe-Le Fort Fracture: avulsion fracture of the medial aspect of the distal fibula due to avulsion of the anterior tibiofibular ligament attachment
A reflex iridoplegia characterized by small, irregular, unequal pupils, with near-light dissociation; absence of a miotic reaction to both direct and consensual light with preservation of the accommodation reflex. Classically associated with neurosyphilis.