Charles Barrett Lockwood (1856 – 1914) was an English surgeon. Lockwood sign of chronic appendicitis, described by Colt in 1932
Introduction to a series of posts titled “COVID-19: Keeping the baby in the bath”, focusing on the need to build on existing knowledge in critical care and the appropriate testing of new therapies and innovations.
Evolution is afoot. It‘s entirely possible you will have noticed a bit of an alteration in the world around us…How to be EPIC (in the time of COVID).
Ottomar Ernst Felix Rosenbach (1851 – 1907) was a German physician. Rosenbach sign of aortic regurgitation (1878), Rosenbach sign of autoimmune hyperthyroidism, Rosenbach-Semon Law (1880), and Rosenbach test (1880).
Dmitry Alekseyevich Arapov (Дмитрий Алексеевич Арапов) (1897 – 1984) was a Russian military surgeon. Arapov contracture in appendicitis
Capgras syndrome: uncommon syndrome in which a patient has a delusional belief that a person, usually a family member or friend, has been replaced by an imposter.
French psychiatrist, Jean Marie Joseph Capgras (1873-1950) best known for his description ‘syndrome d’illusion des sosies’, Capgras syndrome in 1923
Biography Born 17 October 1886, Montgomery County, Tennessee 1903-07 – Completed B.A. degree from Vanderbilt University, Tennessee 1908-12 – Graduated with M.D. degree from the School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University 1912-15 – Further postgraduate training supported by a Rockefeller Fellowship as a fellow, instructor, then resident pathologist under Nobel Laureate George Whipple, in the […]
Overcoming uncertainty in the Age of COVID-19. Part 7 of the “COVID-19: Keeping the baby in the bath” series
Novel drug therapies and clinical research. Part 6 of the “COVID-19: Keeping the baby in the bath” series