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James Paget

Sir James Paget (1814 - 1899) was a renowned English surgeon. In a career spanning eight decades, with research and practice in surgery, as well as serving the royal family during Queen Victoria’s reign

Vincenz Czerny

Biography Born 19 November 1842 in Trautenau, Böhmen, Austro-Hungarian Empire Died 3 October 1916 in Heidelberg, Germany Medical Eponyms Czerny operation (aka Cholecystopexy) Czerny pillar suture used in the operative treatment of congenital inguinal hernia in children Key Medical Attributions…
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Paget’s disease of the nipple

Description Paget’s disease of the nipple; disorder of the nipple-areola complex (NAC). Characterised chiefly by eczema like changes, it is a condition associated with underlying cancer of the breast. Clinical signs include: Hardening of the NAC Crusting A lumpy or…
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Paget’s disease of bone

Paget's disease of bone is a metabolic disorder of the bone, resulting in deformation and pain. It most commonly affects the axial skeleton; pelvis, lumbo-sacral spine, skull, femur and tibia. Diagnostic imaging is a key part of modern day diagnosis, and many cases are in fact incidental findings.
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Ventriculomegaly

Ventriculomegaly is due to cerebral atrophy (e.g., Parkinson disease) or increased cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the ventricles.