Charles Bonnet (1720 - 1793) was a Swiss naturalist and philosopher. Described Charles Bonnet syndrome in 1760; visual hallucinations of his visually impaired grandfather
Ingegerd Frøyshov Larsen (1937 - ) Norwegian physician and endocrinologist. Hansen-Larsen-Berg syndrome (1976)
Dame Ida Caroline Mann (1893 - 1983) was an English ophthalmologist. Ida Mann classification of Coloboma (1937)
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
Tsuya (née Sakurai) Kitagawa (1911 - 1995) was a Japanese ophthalmologist. Sakurai-Lisch nodules (1935)
Petrus Johannes Waardenburg (1886 - 1979) was a Dutch ophthalmologist and geneticist. Waardenburg syndrome (1951); Waardenburg-Jonkers disease (1961); and Shah-Waardenburg syndrome (1981)
Albert Terson (1867 - 1935) was a French ophthalmologist. Terson Syndrome (1900)
Moritz Litten (1845 - 1907) was a German physician.
Vitreous, retrohyaloid, retinal, or subretinal haemorrhage occurring consequent to an acute intracranial haemorrhage or elevated intracranial pressure.
Erich Seidel (1882 – 1948) was a German ophthalmologist. The Seidel Test (1921) is used to assess the presence of anterior chamber leakage in the cornea following trauma.
Otto Heinrich Enoch Becker (1828-1890) was a German ophthalmologist, eponymous with Becker sign, and Becker test for astigmatism.