James Rutherford Morison (1853 - 1939) was an English surgeon. Pouch of Rutherford Morison* (1894) BIPP: Bismuth, iodoform and paraffin paste
August 2021 Adult Abdominal imaging cases and interpretation with Raza Ahmad, Morgan Penzler, Ansley Ricker and Kyle Cunningham
A 6 year old boy presents with lower abdominal pain and vomiting. He has had intermittent pain for a week thought to be due to mesenteric adenitis.
James Douglas (1675 - 1742) was a Scottish physician and anatomist. Pouch of Douglas; folds of Douglas; and line of Douglas
Berkeley George Andrew Moynihan, Lord Moynihan of Leeds (1865 - 1936) was an English General surgeon. Eponymously associated with the Moynihan sign (1905), an adaptation of Murphy's sign, a method used to differentiate pain in the right upper quadrant.
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.
Marie Colinet von Hilden (c1560 - c1640) was a Swiss midwife and surgeon. First recorded ophthalmic extraction of metal from a patients eye with a magnet (1624)
Thomas Stephen Cullen (1869 – 1953) was a Canadian gynecologist. Eponymously affiliated with Cullen sign (1918)
Grey Turner sign refers to bruising of the flanks. Originally described 1919 (published 1920) by George Grey Turner (1877–1951) most commonly associated with acute pancreatitis
George Grey Turner (1877–1951) English surgeon. Eponym: Grey Turner sign after description of flank ecchymosis in 1919 (published 1920)
Scrotal ecchymosis associated with ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) first described in 1903 by John Henry Bryant (1867 – 1906)
John Henry Bryant (1867–1906) English physician. Eponym: Blue Scrotum Sign of Bryant associated with ruptured abdominal aortic anurysm (1903)