Eponyms have been condemned by some neurologists as inaccurate, unscientific and misattributing credit but their use and the creation of new eponyms is likely to continue, according to a new study. A review of the frequency of eponyms in neurology literature over the last three decades has shown that terms such as Huntington’s disease, Lewy ...
Why neurology eponyms are here to stay
By Michael Woodhead
21 Jan 2020