Lelli test or Lever test designed by Alessandro Lelli, Italian surgeon clinical test to diagnose Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) disruption.
In 1894, Morison published his anatomic description of the hepatorenal space; its role in the surgical treatment of gallbladder disease; and proposed the value of postoperative drainage of that space.
George Bushar Markle IV (1921 – 1999) was an American surgeon. Eponymously linked to the Markle Sign in appendicitis (1985)
Gosselin fracture: V-shaped fracture of the distal tibia that extends into the tibial pylon and divides it into an anterior and posterior fragment. Described 1855, published 1873
The DAS Macewen medal was founded in 2009, by the Difficult Airway Society (DAS). The medal is to recognise distinguished members of the society for their service to the society and airway management.
Rare, acquired clinical syndrome presenting with amenorrhoea, menstrual disorders and reproductive dysfunction secondary to intrauterine adhesions.
Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome or Bean syndrome is characterized by multiple recurrent vascular malformations involving the skin and the GI tract
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo is one of the most common forms of peripheral vertigo. Whilst its name may not be the most imaginative or succinct, it accurately describes the syndrome
Anthony Bassler (1874-1959) was an American gastroenterologist. In 1913 he described Bassler sign: compressing the appendix to assist in diagnosing chronic appendicitis.
Aaron sign: referred pain felt in the epigastrium upon continuous firm pressure over McBurney's point, indicative of chronic appendicitis (1913) by Charles Dettie Aaron (1866-1951)
Piotr Porfiryevich Sitkovskiy (Петр Порфирьевич Ситковский) (1882 – 1933) was a Russian surgeon. Sitkovskiy sign (1922) appendicitis
Farouk Massouh is a British General Surgeon eponymously associated with the Massouh Sign in acute appendicitis