The coudé catheter has a curved tip and is derived from the French term “coudé” for “elbow.” Described by Louis Auguste Mercier in 1836
Eponymythology associated with signs, symptoms, investigation and management of ankle and talus injuries, fractures and conditions.
Authors eponymously associated with abdominal signs, symptoms, investigation and management of appendicitis
Haff disease is a rare syndrome characterized by unexplained myalgia, rhabdomyolysis and myoglobinuria, within 24 hours of freshwater fish or crustacean ingestion
Eponymythology: heart murmur eponyms and named cardiac murmurs. Related eponyms, the person behind their origin, their relevance today, and modern terminology.
Hypothesis: Women are underrepresented in the realm of medical eponyms. Deep dive into eponymythology, and the roiling ocean of gender imbalance.
Eponymythology associated with signs, symptoms, investigation and management of foot injuries. Review of related eponyms; the person behind the name; their relevance today; and modern terminology
Non-traumatic abdominal ecchymosis of the abdominal wall and flanks (Grey Turner, Cullen and Stabler); scrotum (Bryant) and upper thigh (Fox) as clues to potentially serious causes of abdominal pathology.
Chronological review of the clinical signs aortic regurgitation / insufficiency. 31 eponyms proposed by Ashrafian (2005) and Zacek (2018)
Eponymythology associated with chest X-ray signs in pulmonary embolus and pulmonary infarction. We review related eponyms, the person behind their origin, their relevance today, and modern terminology
A brief history of the ECG and electrocardiography and the eponymous names behind the ECG/EKG...
Eponymythology of Second-degree Atrioventricular (AV) block including Luciani, Galabin, Wenckebach, Hay and Mobitz