Paul Jules Tillaux (1834-1904) French Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Tillaux fracture. First to describe 'Aïe crépitant de Tillaux'
Fracture of the anterolateral tibial epiphysis commonly seen in adolescents. (Salter-Harris III tibial fracture) aka Tillaux-Chaput fracture.
John Rhea Barton described Barton fracture in 1838. Intra-articular distal radius fracture with radiocarpal joint subluxation
Colles fracture: Extra-articular fracture of the distal radius with dorsal angulation of the distal fragment. Abraham Colles (1814)
Lauge-Hansen classification of ankle injuries (1950) - predictable fracture patterns defined by injury mechanism and resultant radiological findings
Niels Lauge-Hansen (1899 – 1976) was a Danish Radiologist. Eponymously linked with the Lauge-Hansen classification of ankle fractures in 1950
Danis-Weber classification is a method of describing ankle fractures. It has three categories, based primarily upon the fracture of the fibula
Robert Danis (1880 – 1962) was a Belgian general surgeon affiliated with the Danis-Weber ankle fracture classification. Medical Eponym
Bernhard Georg (Hardy) Weber (1927 – 2002) was a Swiss surgeon affiliated with the Danis-Weber ankle fracture classification. Medical Eponym