Kager’s “Bermuda” Triangle

Eponyms are a valuable asset to understanding and remembering medical history. Although the use of eponyms can be a possible source of misunderstanding when discussing diseases or operative procedures, they can provide insight into the early discoveries of certain diseases and the investigators involved in the research. Care should be taken when using eponyms because the original description has often been wrongly interpreted in the years after its discovery or publication.

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Kager’s “Bermuda” Triangle

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