Heinrich Irenaeus Quincke (1842 - 1922) was a German physician. Quincke's name is eponymous with Quincke's pulse (1868), Quiuncke's oedema (1882), Quincke's achorion (1886), and Quincke's puncture (1891).
Camillo Bozzolo (1845-1920) was an Italian pathologist and physician. Bozzolo sign (1887) Visible pulsation of the arteries within the nasal mucosa.
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).
Austin Flint Murmur: Mid diastolic, low pitch rumble heard best at the apex. Absence of opening snap/loud S1 distinguishes from that of mitral stenosis
Chronological review of the clinical signs aortic regurgitation / insufficiency. 31 eponyms proposed by Ashrafian (2005) and Zacek (2018)
Early diastolic murmur of aortic insufficiency radiating with axillary radiation. (1908) Cole and Cecil examined 17 patients with provisonal diagnosis of aortic insufficiency and mapped the site of maximal intensity and axillary radiation of the early diastolic murmur.Early diastolic murmur of aortic insufficiency radiating with axillary radiation.
Rufus Ivory Cole (1872 - 1966) was an American physician, and the first director of the Rockefellar Institute for Medical Research. Cole-Cecil Murmur
Lincoln sign refers to forceful popliteal artery pulsation secondary to aortic regurgitation; exaggerated when the patient sits with legs crossed; and deemed positive if the elevated foot bobs up and down with each systolic contraction.
Friedrich von Müller (1858 - 1941) was a German physician. Revered as ‘The Great Clinician’ (Dem Grossen Kliniker), he is now best remembered for Müller sign in aortic regurgitation (1889).
Thomas Cuming (1798 - 1887) was a North Irish physician renowned for works on aortic incompetence, cancum oris and peripneumonia in children.
Otto Heinrich Enoch Becker (1828-1890) was a German ophthalmologist, eponymous with Becker sign, and Becker test for astigmatism.
Sir Leonard Erskine Hill (1866 - 1952) was an English physiologist. Remembered for Hill's sign first described in 1909