Emma Louise Call (1847 - 1937) was an American physician and obstetrician. Call-Exner bodies (1875)
Anne Pappenheimer Forbes (1911 - 1992) was an American endocrinologist and physician. Forbes-Albright Syndrome 1954
Elisabeth Hermine Winterhalter (1856 - 1952) was a German gynecologist and surgeon. Pioneer physician; neuroanatomy researcher; leader of the feminist movement; and one of the first female surgeons in Germany
Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome refers to perihepatitic adhesions between the liver capsule and under surface of the anterior abdominal wall seen on laparotomy/laparoscopy.
Arthur Hale 'Art' Curtis (1881 – 1955) was an American football player, coach, and gynecologist. Fitz-Hugh Curtis syndrome (1930)
Thomas Fitz-Hugh, Jr (1894 – 1963) was an American Surgeon eponymously affiliated with Fitz-Hugh Curtis syndrome (1930, 1934)
Nicholas Alders (1904 - 1995) was a Hungarian born, Austrian trained, English naturalised obstetrician, gynaecologist and surgeon. Remembered for his description of Alders sign (1951)
Cullen sign: superficial bruising in the subcutaneous fat around the umbilicus. 1918 Thomas Cullen (1869-1953) ruptured ectopic pregnancy
Thomas Stephen Cullen (1869 – 1953) was a Canadian gynecologist. Eponymously affiliated with Cullen sign (1918)
Sexual assault is disturbingly common - how to recognize it, record it and refer to specialized care with Kari Sampsel
Kat Evans takes us through the reality of managing pre-eclampsia in South Africa, highlighting what we cannot miss.
Vancouver POCUS discusses how to perform and interpret trans-abdominal ultrasound for 1st trimester pregnancies, particularly when assessing for the presence of an intrauterine pregnancy versus an ectopic pregnancy.