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Ira Van Gieson - American physician

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Joseph Hyrtl (1810 - 1894) - Anatomist

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One of my heroes - Sir William Osler

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"Eye of the Tiger" sign due to iron accumulation in the basal ganglia. Seen in PKAN.

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Corneal Arcus

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Subperiosteal resorption in hyperparathyroidism - particularly evident on the proximal and middle phalanges of digits 2 and 3

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Angiokeratomas - Beta mannosidosis

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Cystinosis

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Lion Facies. May be seen in Paget's disease of bone.

Luigi Cattaneo Museum, Institute of Human Anatomy, Bologna

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Echinocytes (aka burr cells) in a peripheral blood smear. Note the uniform distribution of projections on the surface of the cell. Not to be confused with spur cells. Seen in chronic renal failure.

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Pili torti. Seen in Menke's disease.

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Christmas tree cataract - seen in myotonic dystrophy

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The Aorta

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Adolf Eugen Fick

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Guido Fanconi

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Wilhelm Ebstein

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Giardia lamblia

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Joe Vincent Meigs

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Thomas Addison

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Lamellar Ichthyosis - steroid sulfatase deficiency

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Trendelenburg sign

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Intraoperative consultation with the pathologist

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François Henri Hallopeau (1842 - 1919) - French dermatologist who coined the term 'trichotillomania.'

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Fundus photo from patient with chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia (CPEO) - Kearns-Sayre - Peripapillary atrophy, vascular attenuation and (temporal) salt-and-pepper pigmentary changes. A similar funduscopic picture is seen in myotonic dystrophy type 1.

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Ring fibers - myotonic dystrophy

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