Heinrich Wilhelm Gottfried Waldeyer-Hartz (1836 – 1921) was a German anatomist. Recognised as one of the forefathers of Anatomical science, Waldeyer's fascia and Waldeyer's ring are 2 of his more well known eponyms
Wilhelm Frederick von Ludwig (1790 – 1865) was a German surgeon and obstetrician. Wilhelm Frederick von Ludwig (1790 – 1865) was a German surgeon and obstetrician. Best known for his 1836 publication on the condition now known as Ludwig angina
Menière’s disease is a condition characterized by the triad of episodic vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss, caused by endolymphatic hydrops of the labyrinthine system of the inner ear.
Róbert Bárány (1876 - 1936) was an Austro-Hungarian otologist. Nobel prize in for his "work on the physiology and pathology of the vestibular apparatus."
Ludwig angina: rapidly progressive gangrenous bilateral cellulitis of the submandibular space with risk of life-threatening airway compromise. 1836 - Wilhem Frederick von Ludwig was the first to clearly describe this disorder and differentiate it from other types of 'inflammation' in the neck.
Margaret Ruth Dix (1902 - 1991) was an English neuro-otologist. Dix-Hallpike Test (1952); Peep-Show technique (1947)
Prosper Menière (1799 - 1862) was a French otorhinolaryngologist. Maladie de Menière, Menière's disease (1861)
André-Alfred Lemierre (1875 – 1956) was a French bacteriologist. Best known for his 1836 publication on the condition now known as Lemierre syndrome
Charles Skinner Hallpike (1900 - 1979) was an English otologist. Dix-Hallpike Test (1952); Peep-Show technique (1947); Bithermal caloric test (1942)
Epley maneuver: Particle repositioning maneuver for the treatment of BPPV - with the aim of moving the canaliths out of the posterior semicircular, back into the utricle.
Ádám Politzer (1835 - 1920) was a Hungarian Otolaryngologist. one of the principal founders of otology, was the first Professor of Otology in Vienna