Charles Edouard Brown-Séquard (1817 - 1894) was a French physician and physiologist. Brown-Séquard Syndrome (1850); Brown-Séquard Elixir; hormone therapy
Dorothy Hansine Andersen (1901 - 1963) was an American pediatrician and pathologist. Andersen disease (1956); Cystic fibrosis (1938)
Medmastery: Thyroid Disease Masterclass course, with a video explaining the difference between T3 and T4 and where iodine fits in.
Paul Wilhelm Heinrich Langerhans (1847 - 1888) was a German pathologist, physiologist and biologist. Langerhans cell (1868) of the immune system, and islets of Langerhans (1869) in the pancreas
Anne Pappenheimer Forbes (1911 - 1992) was an American endocrinologist and physician. Forbes-Albright Syndrome 1954
Ingegerd Frøyshov Larsen (1937 - ) Norwegian physician and endocrinologist. Hansen-Larsen-Berg syndrome (1976)
Alix Joffroy (1844 - 1908) was a French neurologist and psychiatrist. Eponymously affiliated with Joffroy sign in Graves ophthalmopathy
Joffroy sign (1893): absent wrinkling of the forehead when a patient in patients Graves Ophthalmopathy looks up with the head bent forwards.
Esther Lillian Bloomberg (1907 - 1997) was an American technical chemist. Albright-Butler-Bloomberg disease (1937)
Woltman sign of myxedema: Slowness of both the contraction and the relaxation of muscles in hypothyroid patients, best seen as the “hung-up” ankle jerk and occurring because of mechanical factors and slowness of contraction time, as in myotonia and pseudomyotonia
Henry Woltman (1889 - 1964) was an American neurologist. Eponym: Woltman sign of myxedema (1924/1956) published by Chaney
Ruth Illig (1924 - 2017) was a German pediatric endocrinologist. Neonatal screening for congenital hypothyroidism; Illig syndrome (1970)