You know what bugs me? When a normal anatomical structure is eponymically named. I mean I can see the naming of a disease after the person who discovered it, a disease takes clinical research skill and an insightful mind to characterize (sometimes). But how hard is it to pick through a few dead bodies to see that there's a freakin' hole coming out of the brainstem? Let alone one hole in the middle (magendie), and two on either side (luschka)? It really required 2 brilliant neuroanatomists to notice that? And it was so brilliant, that they named it after them(selves)? I don't want to see it referred to as these persons "lending their name" to it, either. You take a perfectly good median aperature and turn it into foramen of magendie, you're not doing anyone any favors. That's like saying Citibank is "lending" their name to the Rose Bowl. Gosh, thanks. Just "Rose Bowl" would have been ghastly. And who would remember it? Think of all the significant contributions Citibank has made to the Rosebowl over the past year. Do we really want that to be overshadowed by the game itself or convenience? They're just lucky that there's an M in "medial" and L in "lateral" or I'd really be complaining.