Pirogoff

Pi·ro·goff

(pē'rō-gof),
Nikolai I., Russian surgeon, 1810-1881. See: Pirogoff amputation, Pirogoff angle, Pirogoff aponeurosis, Pirogoff triangle.
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Well, I can assure you it was entirely on my account that Pirogoff telegraphed to Paris, and left Sebastopol at the greatest risk during the siege.
Reed, Dominique Larrey, Ambroise Pare, Pierre de I'Estoile, Guy de Chauliac, Conan Doyle, Juggins, Archer, Dr John Brown, Dr Cheever, Bob Sawyer, Terence, Joseph Pancoast, Velpeau, Pirogoff, Gross, Raphael, Michael Angelo, Leonardo, Murillo, Faure.
Pirogoff taught and used ether anaesthesia on active service with the Russian forces in the Caucasus in the summer of 1847.