Carl Jakob Adolf Christian Gerhardt (1833 - 1902) was a German physician. Eponymously affiliated with a sign a law and a reaction
Raymond de Vieussens (*1641 - 1715) was a French anatomist. He is renowned for his pioneering work on cardiac and nervous system anatomy.
Duroziez-type murmur observed with the patients arm subjected to various temperatures of water and by applying a subdiastolic pressure below the auscultation site, to help differentiate between aortic insufficiency and peripheral vasodilatation.
Arthur Carlton Ernstene (1901-1971) was an American cardiologist. Blumgart-Ernstene murmur (1933)
Herrman Ludwig Blumgart (1895-1977) was an American physician, cardiologist and pioneer of diagnostic nuclear medicine. Blumgart-Ernstene murmur (1933)
Sir Thomas Watson (1792 - 1882) was an English physician. Remembered for his description of the palpable pulse of aortic regurgitation as likened to a Victorian toy, the water-hammer pulse in 1837
Sir David Drummond (1852–1932) was an English physician. Drummond sign of tracheal whiff with thoracic aortic aneurysm 1908
Paul Louis Duroziez (1826 - 1897) was a French general practitioner, eponymous with Duroziez sign (1861) and Duroziez disease (1877).
Michele Landolfi (1878 - 1959) medico italiano. Phonacoscopy (1906) Landolfi sign in severe aortic regurgitation (1909)
Sir Dominic John Corrigan, 1st Baronet (1802 – 1880) was an Irish physician. Eponym: Corrigan Pulse (1832)