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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Golgi apparatus and Golgi receptorCamillo Golgi 9980
2 Skene's glandAlexander Skene 4027
3 Broca's areaPaul Broca 3215
4 Bartholin's glandCaspar Bartholin the Younger 2790
5 Fallopian tubeGabriele Falloppio 2483
6 Achilles tendonAchilles, Greek mythological character 2480
7 Wernicke's areaKarl Wernicke 2384
8 Eustachian tubeBartolomeo Eustachi 2383
9 Circle of WillisThomas Willis 1729
10 Sideburns – General Ambrose Burnside (for his distinctive whiskers) 1611
11 Islets of Langerhans and Langerhans cellPaul Langerhans 1414
12 Meissner's corpuscle and Meissner's plexusGeorg Meissner 1101
13 McBurney's pointCharles McBurney 943
14 Castle intrinsic factorWilliam Bosworth Castle 888
15 Ampulla of VaterAbraham Vater 735
16 Sertoli cellEnrico Sertoli 704
17 Purkinje cells – Jan E. Purkinje 691
18 Loop of HenleF. G. J. Henle 682
19 Sphincter of OddiRuggero Oddi 680
20 Leydig CellsFranz Leydig 672
21 Organ of CortiAlfonso Corti 672
22 Merkel cellFriedrich Sigmund Merkel 641
23 Spigelian fasciaAdriaan van den Spiegel 631
24 Bowman's capsule and Bowman's membraneSir William Bowman 620
25 Bundle of HisWilhelm His, Jr. 605
26 Haversian canalClopton Havers 550
27 Brunner's glandsJohann Conrad Brunner 490
28 Virchow's nodeRudolf Virchow 454
29 Wolffian ductKaspar Friedrich Wolff 440
30 Ruffini's corpusclesAngelo Ruffini 373
31 Cooper's suspensory ligamentsAstley Cooper 359
32 Sharpey's fibresWilliam Sharpey 325
33 Kiesselbach's plexusWilhelm Kiesselbach 288
34 Hurthle cellKarl Hürthle 284
35 Edinger-Westphal nucleusLudwig Edinger and Karl Friedrich Otto Westphal 283
36 Clara cellMax Clara 282
37 Artery of AdamkiewiczAlbert Wojciech Adamkiewic 256
38 Darwin's tubercleCharles Darwin 255
39 Zonule of ZinnJohann Gottfried Zinn 236
40 Christmas factorStephen Christmas 232
41 Gartner's ductHermann Gartner 224
42 Canal of SchlemmFriedrich Schlemm 222
43 Wormian bonesOle Worm 205
44 Langer's linesKarl Langer 204
45 Papez circuitJames Papez 192
46 Virchow-Robin spacesRudolf Virchow and Charles-Philippe Robin 185
47 Langhans giant cellTheodor Langhans 178
48 Weibel-Palade bodyEwald R. Weibel George Emil Palade Weibel-Palade body 172
49 Rathke's pouchMartin Heinrich Rathke 170
50 Space of DisseJoseph Disse 165
51 Traube's spaceLudwig Traube 163
52 Rokitansky-Aschoff sinusesCarl Freiherr von Rokitansky and Ludwig Aschoff 152
53 Buck's fasciaGurdon Buck 151
54 Descemet's membraneJean Descemet 125
55 Herring bodiesPercy Theodore Herring 120
56 Meckel's cartilage and Meckel's diverticulumJohann Friedrich Meckel 108
57 Bachmann's bundleJean George Bachmann 79
58 Pores of Kohn – Hans Kohn 75
59 Canals of HeringKarl Ewald Konstantin Hering 64
60 Duct of BelliniLorenzo Bellini 46
61 Lovibond's angle 46
62 Chassaignac tubercleCharles Marie Édouard Chassaignac 43
63 Pimenta's Point??? Pimenta 42
64 Rotter's lymph nodesJosef Rotter 30
65 Spiral valves of HeisterLorenz Heister 27
66 Malpighian corpuscleMarcello Malpighi 26
67 Lund's node 26
68 Prussak's spaceAlexander Prussak 24
69 Crypts of Luschka, Ducts of Luschka, Foramina of Luschka, and Luschka's jointsHubert von Luschka 16
70 Cooper's fasciaAstley Cooper 5
71 Great vein of GalenGalen, an ancient Greek physician 5
72 Cooper's iliopectineal ligamentAstley Cooper < 5
73 Foramen of WinslowJean-Jacques Bénigne Winslow < 5
74 Möll's gland and Space of MöllJacob A. Möll < 5
75 Scrotal Raphe of HolzerHoratio Holzer < 5
76 Graafian follicleRegnier de Graaf < 5
77 Russ's moustache (Russtache)Jeffrey Russ < 5
78 Chiari malformationHans Chiari < 5
79 Crypts of LieberkühnJohann Nathanael Lieberkühn < 5
80 Hasner's FoldJoseph Hasner < 5
81 Shrapnell's membraneHenry Jones Shrapnell < 5
82 Fossa of Geraldi < 5
83 Cowper's glandsWilliam Cowper < 5
84 Node of RanvierLouis-Antoine Ranvier < 5
85 Renal columns of BertinExupere Joseph Bertin < 5
86 Schatzki's ringRichard Schatzki < 5
87 Mahdi Nerve- Dr. Mahdi Hasan < 5
88 Houston's muscleJohn Houston < 5
89 Urethral glands of LittréAlexis Littré < 5
90 Canal of HuguierPierre Charles Huguier < 5
91 Wharton's duct and Wharton's jellyThomas Wharton < 5
92 Heschl's gyriRichard L. Heschl < 5
93 Duct of WirsungJohann Georg Wirsung < 5
94 Denonvilliers' fasciaCharles-Pierre Denonvilliers < 5
95 Nissl bodies or granules and Nissl substance – Franz Nissl (all terms now rarely used) < 5
96 Ligament of TrietzVáclav Treitz < 5
97 Foramina of MonroAlexander Monro < 5
98 Gräfenberg spot (G-spot) – Ernst Gräfenberg < 5
99 White lines of ToldtCarl Toldt < 5
100 Peyer's patchesJohann Conrad Peyer < 5
101 Pouch of DouglasJames Douglas < 5
102 Colles' fasciaAbraham Colles < 5
103 Müllerian ductsJohannes Peter Müller < 5
104 Antrum of HighmoreNathaniel Highmore < 5
105 Riedel's lobeBernhard Moritz Carl Ludwig Riedel < 5
106 Renshaw cells < 5
107 Cajal-Retzius cellSantiago Ramón y Cajal and Gustaf Retzius < 5
108 Thorel's pathway < 5
109 Campbell de Morgan spots < 5
110 Meibomian glandsHeinrich Meibom < 5
111 Kerckring's valvesTheodor Kerckring < 5
112 Betz cellsVladimir Alekseyevich Betz < 5
113 Stensen's ductNiels Stensen < 5
114 Macewen's triangle – Sir William Macewen < 5
115 Foramen of MagendieFrançois Magendie < 5
116 Krause's end-bulbsWilhelm Krause < 5
117 Waldeyer's throatHeinrich Wilhelm Gottfried von Waldeyer-Hartz < 5
118 Hering's nerveHeinrich Ewald Hering < 5
119 Space of Retzius and Veins of RetziusAnders Retzius < 5
120 Lockwood's ligamentCharles Barrett Lockwood < 5
121 Duct of SantoriniGiovanni Domenico Santorini < 5
122 Kupffer cellsKarl Wilhelm von Kupffer < 5
123 Gerota CapsuleDumitru Gerota < 5
124 Kernohan notchJames Watson Kernohan < 5
125 Pacinian corpusclesFilippo Pacini < 5
126 Hydatids of Morgagni, and Lacunae of MorgagniGiovanni Battista Morgagni < 5
127 Meyer's loop < 5
128 Canals of LambertMargaret Waugh Lambert < 5
129 Lissauer's tractHeinrich Lissauer < 5
130 Nucleus of Onufrowicz < 5
131 Brodmann's areasKorbinian Brodmann < 5
132 Cuvier ductsGeorges Cuvier < 5
133 Cajal cellSantiago Ramón y Cajal < 5
134 Sylvian aqueduct < 5
135 Hesselbach's triangleFranz Kaspar Hesselbach < 5
136 Rolandic fissure and fissure of RolandoLuigi Rolando < 5
137 Grafstein's Growth (Bernice's Bulge) – Neuroscientist Bernice Grafstein, an ancient physician < 5
138 Gerdy's FibersPierre Nicolas Gerdy < 5
139 Howell-Jolly bodiesWilliam Henry Howell, Justin Marie Jolly < 5
140 Von Ebner's glandsVictor von Ebner < 5
141 Adam's appleAdam, Biblical character < 5
142 Charcot-Bouchard aneurysmsJean-Martin Charcot and Charles-Joseph Bouchard < 5
143 Batson's plexus < 5
144 Long thoracic nerve of BellSir Charles Bell < 5
145 Glisson's capsuleFrancis Glisson < 5
146 Anal Crypts of MeeraMeera Shah < 5
147 Alcock's canal (pudendal canal) – Sir Rutherford Alcock < 5
148 Morison's pouchJames Rutherford Morison < 5
149 Poupart's ligamentFrançois Poupart < 5
150 Torcular herophiliHerophilus < 5
151 Reichert cartilageKarl Bogislaus Reichert < 5
152 Angle of LouisAntoine Louis < 5
153 Paraclitoral Recess of MulveyJoseph Mulvey < 5
154 Glands of MontgomeryWilliam Fetherstone Montgomery < 5
155 Paneth cellsJoseph Paneth < 5
156 Wenckebach's bundleKarel Frederik Wenckebach < 5
157 Rutherford Morrison's subhepatic space < 5
158 Billroth's cordsTheodor Billroth < 5
159 Gallaudet's fascia < 5

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