He is rightfully regarded as one of the founding fathers of nephrology, with his name immortalized in the eponym Bright's disease.
An eponym is an honor, and these two men are not worthy.
The word 'hippo', 'mall' in the Bamana language, is an eponym for the country itself.
Martz, who is single, has two small dogs: Su-Nae, a five-year-old Coton, and Sherpa, a 14-year-old Lhasa apso and the company's eponym .
Another Egyptian king in whom the Greeks showed great interest, a figure entirely of legend rather than of myth-history like Psammetichos, was one Busiris, the supposed eponym of the place of that name.
But it was two Dublin clinicians more than a century later who gave heart block and its effects the eponym Stokes - Adams syndrome.
A few years later, Old Lyme would become the eponym for the disease; and those once-annoying deer ticks were suddenly noxious.
This is rare but can present with inflammatory conditions of the upper respiratory tract and the neck; it has the eponym Grisel's syndrome.
Leprosy was given the eponym Hansen's disease after Gerhard Henrick Armauer Hansen.
Guillain-Barre syndrome is an eponym for a heterogeneous group of immune-mediated peripheral neuropathies.