Published July 15, 1999
by American Association of Neurological Surgeons .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||275|
Neurology abounds with eponyms--Babinski's sign, Guillain-Barre' syndrome, Alzheimer's disease, etc. Neurologists and neuroscientists, however, are often hazy about the origin of these terms. This book brings together 55 of the most common eponyms related to the neurological examination, neuroanatomy, and neurological diseases. The chapters have a uniform . Ophthalmic Eponyms: An Encyclopedia of Named Signs, Syndromes, and Diseases in Ophthalmalogy on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The material is organized into sections on anatomy and pathology, symptoms and signs, reflexes and tests, clinical syndromes, and diseases and defects. The selection of eponyms was based on the frequency of use, familiarity of clinical neurologists with the concept, and the significance within neurology of the individual who coined the eponym/5(3). The book is in five parts: structures and processes, symptoms and signs, reflexes and other tests, syndromes, and diseases and defects. Each entry begins with a short account of the life and education of the individual, followed by his eponymous contribution set in the context of his overall output and the intellectual context of its : Mcdonald, Ian.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Eponymous medical signs are those that are named after a person or persons, usually the physicians who first described them, but occasionally named after a famous patient. This list includes other eponymous entities of diagnostic significance; i.e. tests, reflexes, etc. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Signs, Syndromes, and Eponyms: Our Legacy by Banerjee, Timir at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! An eponymous disease is a disease, disorder, condition, or syndrome named after a person: usually the physician or other health care professional who first identified the disease; less commonly, a patient who suffered from the disease; rarely, a fictional character who exhibited signs of the disease; and, in some few instances, after such as an actor or the subject of a .
Prepared by preeminent hand surgeons and a master medical illustrator, this text/atlas is the most comprehensive reference on surgical anatomy of the hand and upper extremity. It features full-color photographs of fresh cadaver dissections and 1, meticulous drawings that offer a realistic, detailed view of the complex anatomy encountered during surgical procedures.3/5(2). Abdominal Physical Signs of Inspection and Medical Eponyms Article (PDF Available) in Clinical Medicine & Research 17() December with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Ophthalmic eponyms;: An encyclopedia of named signs, syndromes, and diseases in ophthalmology, by Thornton, Spencer P. Aesculapius Pub. Co. BBR90W Old Hardcover book-Previously Owned- has wear to the cover and edges including yellowed pages and foxing- Ships in 1 business day from my GA location!. Good. Keywords: Eponyms, Medical signs, Medical maneuvers, Special tests Movement of the patient or extremity or compression of an organ is performed during the physical examination of the abdomen to narrow the differential diagnosis or confirm a particular disease : Vaibhav Rastogi, Devina Singh, Halil Tekiner, Fan Ye, Joseph J. Mazza, Steven H. Yale.