Frederic Jay Cotton (1869–1939) was an American Orthopedic Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Cotton fracture (trimalleolar fracture) and Cotton-Loader position (hyper-flexed wrist with ulna deviation in closed reduction of distal radius fractures)
John Rhea Barton described Barton fracture in 1838. Intra-articular distal radius fracture with radiocarpal joint subluxation
Abraham Colles (1773 - 1843) was an Irish surgeon and anatomist. Eponym: Colles Fracture (1814) distal radius/ulna fracture
John Rhea Barton (1794-1871) was an American Orthopaedic Surgeon. Eponym: Barton fracture (1838). Intra-articular distal radius fracture.
Cotton fracture (trimalleolar fracture): fracture of the ankle that involving the lateral malleolus, medial malleolus and distal posterior aspect of the tibia (posterior malleolus). Described in 1915 by Frederic Jay Cotton (1869 – 1939)
Lelli test or Lever test designed by Alessandro Lelli, Italian surgeon clinical test to diagnose Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) disruption.
Sir William Stokes (1838 – 1900) was an Irish surgeon, son of William Stokes (1804–1878) who was a famaous Irish physician.
A test for diagnosing de Quervain’s tenosynovitis, or snapping thumb syndrome. First described in 1930 by Harry Finkelstein (1883-1975)
Harry Finkelstein (1883 – 1975) was an American Surgeon. Eponym - Finkelstein's Test (Modified Eichhoff test) to confirm De Quervain’s tenosynovitis