John Benjamin Murphy (1857 – 1916) was an American physician and abdominal surgeon. Murphy’s Sign (1903); Murphy’s triad; Murphy’s punch test and many more
Gabriele Falloppio (1523 – 1562) was an Italian physician and anatomist. Father of the condom to protect against STD’s (specifically syphilis) Fallopian tube
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.
Niels Thorkild Rovsing (1862-1927) was a Danish surgeon Eponym linked with Rovsing sign (1907) in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis
Rovsing sign (1907): In acute appendicitis, palpation of the left lower quadrant may elicit pain in the right lower quadrant. Niels Thorkild Rovsing (1862-1927)
Sir Vincent Zachary Cope (1881 – 1974) was a British physician and surgeon. Eponymously linked with Cope Psoas test and obturator test.
Charles Heber McBurney (1845 – 1913) was an American surgeon. Most famous for McBurney’s point (1889) and McBurney’s incision (1894) Medical Eponym.
Patrick Gerard Collins (1923 – 1999) was an Irish general surgeon specialising in biliary tract surgery. Collins sign (2009)
Charles Barrett Lockwood (1856 – 1914) was an English surgeon. Lockwood sign of chronic appendicitis, described by Colt in 1932
Dmitry Alekseyevich Arapov (Дмитрий Алексеевич Арапов) (1897 – 1984) was a Russian military surgeon. Arapov contracture in appendicitis