Cliff Reid starts us off on this series by looking at the patient that presents saying they are 'going to die' - "Angor Animi and Impending Doom".
John Alfred Ryle (1889–1950) was an English physician and epidemiologist. Coined the phrase angor animi; and the Ryle nasogastric tube bears his name
Language is a powerful tool. Authors, poets and orators are celebrated in their fields around the world. And although eponyms are been used with reducing frequency, medicine is still able to use the language of multiple cultures in its rich tapestry...Funtabulously Frivolous Friday Five 284