James Syme (1799–1870) was a Scottish General Surgeon. The Syme ankle amputation attributed to him was a triumph of conservative surgery in the days where more proximal amputations had much higher mortality rates.
Osgood–Schlatter disease (OSD) Osteochondrosis or traction apophysitis of the tibial tubercle. Paget (1891), Osgood (1903), Schlatter (1903)
Köhler-Pellegrini-Stieda lesion: ossification near medial femoral collateral ligament adjacent to the margin of the medial femoral condyle.
François Chopart (1743 – 1795) was a French Surgeon. Eponymously associated with Chopart fracture-dislocation, Chopart joint and Chopart amputation.
Alban Köhler (1874 – 1947) was a German Radiologist. Associated with Köhler-Pelligrini-Stieda disease; Köhler disease and Freiberg Infraction
Konrad Weiss (1891 - 1976) was an Austrian radiologist. Early descriptions of Müller-Weiss syndrome, the dissecting aortic aneurysm, and gastric torsion
Wilhelm Frederick von Ludwig (1790 – 1865) was a German surgeon and obstetrician. Wilhelm Frederick von Ludwig (1790 – 1865) was a German surgeon and obstetrician. Best known for his 1836 publication on the condition now known as Ludwig angina
Köhler disease: rare, self-limiting, avascular necrosis (osteochondrosis) of the navicular bone in children. Described in 1908 by Alban Köhler (1874–1947)
Freiberg infraction: osteochondrosis of the metatarsal heads (typically the 2nd metatarsal head) described by Albert Freiberg in 1914, Alban Köhler in 1915