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
Jacob Moritz Blumberg (1873 - 1955) was a Polish-German surgeon and gynaecologist. Blumberg sign (1907); Blumberg glove (1900)
Rebound tenderness test (Blumberg sign) initially described in 1907 by Jacob Moritz Blumberg (1873 – 1955), German surgeon and gynaecologist.
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
George Bushar Markle IV (1921 - 1999) was an American surgeon. Markle Sign (1973) or Heel Drop Jarring Test in patients with intraperitoneal inflammation
John Englebert Dunphy (1908-1981). Dunphy sign [*cough test for appendicitis] increased pain, localised to the right lower quadrant.
Emil Samuel Perman (1856 - 1946) was a Swedish general surgeon. Eponymsously associated with the Perman-Rovsing sign
Niels Thorkild Rovsing (1862-1927) was a Danish surgeon Eponym linked with Rovsing sign (1907) in the diagnosis of acute appendicitis
James Sherren (1872-1945) British General surgeon. Eponym: Sherren's triangle - area of hyperaesthesia associated with appendicitis
Nikolay Markianovich Volkovich (Николай Маркианович Волкович) (1858-1928). Eponymously linked with Volkovich-kocher sign