Charles Bonnet syndrome: Visual hallucinations in psychologically normal elderly people and most commonly associated in individuals with visual impairment .
Charles Bonnet (1720 – 1793) was a Swiss naturalist and philosopher. Described Charles Bonnet syndrome in 1760; visual hallucinations of his visually impaired grandfather
Joffroy sign (1893): absent wrinkling of the forehead when a patient in patients Graves Ophthalmopathy looks up with the head bent forwards.
Vancouver POCUS review of ocular POCUS including lens dislocation, globe rupture, posterior vitreous detachment and retinal detachment by Dr Justin Ahn
Petrus Johannes Waardenburg (1886 – 1979) was a Dutch ophthalmologist and geneticist.
Biography Born 1 August 1898 in Uppsala, Sweden 1920 – Graduated medicine, University of Stockholm 1933 – MD Thesis, Karolinske Institutet, Stockholm 1930-1943 Head of the Ophthalmological Service for Stockholm Schools Died 1970 / 1976 Medical Eponyms Grönblad-Strandberg syndrome (1929) Ester Grönblad’s thesis on Angoid streaks – pseudoxanthoma elasticum was accepted as thesis by Karolinske […]
Margaret Burton (née Cleland) Horan (1909 – 2004) was an Australian paediatrician. Nance-Horan syndrome (1974)
Tolosa-Hunt syndrome is a severe unilateral periorbital headache and ophthalmoplegia resulting from a non-caseating granulomatous inflammation of the cavernous sinus and/or superior orbital fissure.
Albert Terson (1867 – 1935) was a French ophthalmologist.
Moritz Litten (1845 – 1907) was a German physician.