George Budd (1808 – 1882) was an English physician. Extensive reviews and publications pertaining to gastroenterology and hepatology. His principal works were Diseases of the Liver (1845), and Diseases of the Stomach (1855)
Hans Chiari (1851 – 1916) was an Austrian pathologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Chiari malformation; Type II Chiari malformation (Arnold–Chiari malformation) and Budd–Chiari syndrome
Abnormalities of the liver detected on palpation include: firm and irregular liver, tenderness, and pulsatility. See also hepatomegaly and hepatosplenomegaly. Differential diagnosis
41 year old female with a history of liver cirrhosis and ascites. She is anticoagulated for Budd-Chiari syndrome and presents with hypotension and right lower quadrant pain.
Budd–Chiari syndrome. Hepatic venous outflow obstruction causing portal hypertension. George Budd (1808 - 1882) and Hans Chiari (1851 - 1916)
Karel (Carl von) Rokitansky (1804-1878) was a Czech pathologist. Eponymous terms include Rokitansky disease; Rokitansky syndrome; Rokitansky–Aschoff sinuses; and Rokitansky-Maude Abbott syndrome