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 List of eponymous diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The best way to refer to a syndrome, then, was to refer to the person who first addressed its existence.
Many sources now agree that an apostrophe should be used if the disease is named after the patient, and no apostrophe if the disease is named after the physician (for example, Down syndrome).
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Pickardt syndrome The Pickardt-syndrome (or Pickardt-Fahlbusch-Syndrome) is a rare form of tertiary hypothyroidism that is caused by interruption of the portal veins connecting hypothalamus and pituitary...
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 Portal vein - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Increased blood pressure in the portal vein, portal hypertension, occurs in liver disease (mainly cirrhosis), and may lead to various complications ( ascites, esophageal varices, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis).
A disruption of the hypothalamo-pituitary portal veins is referred to as Pickardt syndrome (suprasellar failure).
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