Georges-Paul Dieulafoy (1839-1911) was a French Clinician. Dieulafoy's Lesion, Dieulafoys Aspirator and Dieulafoys Triad
Philip Rowland Allison (1907-1974) was an English thoracic surgeon.
Soma Weiss (1898-1942) was a Hungarian-born American physician. Mallory-Weiss Syndrome/lesion/tear and Charcot-Weiss-Baker Syndrome.
George Kenneth Mallory (1900-1986) was an American pathologist. Eponymously remembered for Mallory-Weiss Syndrome/lesion/tear
Norman Rupert Barrett (1903-1979) was was an Australian-born British cardiothoracic surgeon. Eponym Barrett's oesophagus
Network Five Emergency Medicine Journal Club Episode 17 - Gastroenterology reviewing papers on upper GI bleeding.
Saul Allen Mackler (1913-2007) was an American thoracic Surgeon. Eponym: Mackler's triad (1952)
Rigler triad; Imaging findings in patients with gallstone ileus with an ectopic gallstone causing small bowel obstruction, and pneumobilia
Léon Bouveret (1850-1929) was a French internal medicine physician. Eponymous terms Maladie de Bouveret (1889) and Bouveret Syndrome (1895)
Bouveret syndrome: gastric outlet obstruction following passage of a gallstone from gallbladder to duodenum/pylorus via bilioenteric fistula
Thomas's sign: Silver, aluminium or metallic coloured stools. Caused by the combination of cholestatic (acholic) pale stools secondary to CBD obstruction and the black-tar colour malaena.
William Bennett Bean (1909-1989) was an American physician, medical historian. Bean syndrome (1958) [Blue rubber bleb nevus syndrome] and spider naevi