John Templeton Bowen (1857 – 1940) was an American dermatologist. Eponym: Bowen's disease, Bowen's disease of the vulva, Bowenoid papulosis
Jacques Lisfranc de St. Martin (1787–1847) was a French Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Lisfranc joint / fracture / injury / amputation (1815)
Ejner Oluf Sørensen Sylvest (1880-1972) was a Danish physician responsible for recording the 1930 viral (coxsackie B) epidemic - Bornholm disease
Rare Life-Threatening Emergencies; Publication Deficits & Potential Solutions with Laura Duggan
James Adolf Israël (1848 - 1926) was a German surgeon. Eponyms: Actinomyces israelii, Nicoladoni-Israel-Branham sign
VR in paediatrics procedures. Those of us looking after kids know that making confronting situations better for those kids is one our biggest challenges.
Gordon Jackson Rees (1918 – 2001) was a British anaesthetist. He laid down the foundations for paediatric anaesthesia. Jackson Rees T-Piece, circuit and T-tube
Benjamin Alcock (1801 - ? ) was an Irish anatomist. Alcock described the pudendal canal (Alcock’s canal) in 1836
Wallenberg Syndrome: neurological disorder with a variety of symptoms associated with posterior circulation ischaemic stroke. [AKA lateral medullary syndrome or posterior inferior cerebellar artery syndrome]
ECMO is a life-saving intervention for critically ill patients, but patients describe a recovery period that can take months to years.
Charles Aston Key (1793 –1849) was an English surgeon. Eponym: Key-Hodgkin murmur (1827)