Alan Graham Apley (1914 – 1996) was a British Orthopaedic Surgeon famous for describing the Apley grind test in knee meniscal injury and for his essential orthopaedic reference text: Apley's System of Orthopaedics and Fractures (1959)
Thomas Porter McMurray (1887 – 1949) was a British orthopaedic surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the McMurray Test to assess knee joint and meniscus
Amédée Bonnet (1809-1858) was a French orthopaedic surgeon. Described as the grandfather of knee and ligament surgery.
William Stewart Halsted (1852 – 1922) was an American surgeon.
Walther Carl Eduard Kausch (1867 – 1928) was a German surgeon. 1907 performed first successful partial pancreatoduodenectomy (Whipple)
Alessandro Codivilla (1861 – 1912) was an Italian surgeon. Original description of the first pancreatic head resection 1898 (Whipple)
Henry Khunrath Pancoast (1875 – 1939) was an American radiologist. The Pancoast tumour and Pancoast syndrome is named after him
Ferdinand Karl Franz Schwarzmann, Ritter von Hebra (1816-1880) was an Austrian physician and dermatologist. Founder New Vienna School of Dermatology
Francis J. Shepherd (1851-1929) British/Canadian Surgeon eponymously associated with Shepherd's Fracture - lateral tubercle of the posterior talar process
Carl-Axel Cedell (1932-2021) Swedish Orthopaedic Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Cedell fracture - medial tubercle of the posterior talar process
Hugh Owen Thomas (1834-1891) was a Welsh Orthopaedic Surgeon. Thomas knee splint (1865); Thomas Test and Thomas wrench for bonesetting
Pierre Marie (1853 - 1940) was a French neurologist.