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)
Fox's sign: non-traumatic ecchymosis over the upper outer aspect of the thigh secondary to abdominal haemorrhage. First described by English surgeon John Adrian Fox in 1966
John Adrian Fox English surgeon. Eponym: Fox's sign (1966) non-traumatic ecchymosis upper outer thigh with abdominal haemorrhage
Stabler Sign - atraumatic abdominal wall ecchymosis in the inguinal-pubic area associated with ectopic pregnancy. Francis (Frank) Edward Stabler (1902–1967)
Sir William Stokes (1838 – 1900) was an Irish surgeon, son of William Stokes (1804–1878) who was a famaous Irish physician.
Medmastery Abdominal Ultrasound Essentials: Ultrasound the appendix and help identify appendicitis with the help of ultrasound imaging.
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
Rovsing sign (1907): In acute appendicitis, palpation of the left lower quadrant may elicit pain in the right lower quadrant. Niels Rovsing and Emil S Perman (1904)
Patrick Gerard Collins (1923 - 1999) was an Irish general surgeon specialising in biliary tract surgery. Collins sign (2009)