George Elgie Brown
- Hines and Brown test
- Horton's disease I
- Nygaard-Brown syndrome (George Elgie Brown)
- Trousseau's syndrome
Biography of George Elgie Brown
George Elgie Brown graduated M.D. from the University of Michigan in 1909. He practised in Montana introducing the first fluoroscope there. During World War I he served in France with the Rockefeller Foundation and in 1921 joined the Mayo Clinic where he developed a special interest in peripheral vascular disease and the role of the sympathetic nervous system. He became an international authority and influenced many in this area.
- Edgar Alphonso Hines (1906-) and George Elgie Brown:
A standard stimulus for measuring vasomotor reactions: its application in the study of hypertension.
Proceedings of the Staff Meetings of the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, 1932, 7: 332-335.