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.
Eduard Heinrich Henoch (1820 – 1910) was a German Paediatrician. Student of Johann Lukas Schönlein, he extended the clinical features of childhood purpura and is eponymously affiliated with Henoch-Schönlein Purpura
Richard F. Ashman (1890-1970) was an American physiologist. Eponymously affiliated with Ashman phenomenon he first described in 1947
Egerton Yorick Davis was a frequent author of letters to medical societies, although only rarely would his penmanship be published. He was a retired US Army surgeon from Quebec who drowned in the Lachine Rapids in 1884 - his body was never recovered.
John Addison Fordyce (1858 –1925) was an American dermatologist. Eponymously affiliated with Fox–Fordyce disease
George Henry Fox (1846 – 1937) was an American dermatologist. Eponymously affiliated with Fox–Fordyce disease (and not Fox's sign)
Claude Pouteau (1724–1775) was a French surgeon. First to describe distal radius fracture with 'dorsal tipping of the distal fragment' (Pouteau-Colles)
Sir Dominic John Corrigan, 1st Baronet (1802 – 1880) was an Irish physician. Eponym: Corrigan Pulse (1832)
Jean-Louis Petit (1674-1750) French surgeon. Inventor of the Petit-type tourniquet. First postulated that 'carpal dislocations' were distal radius fractures
Alfred-Armand-Louis-Marie Velpeau (1795 – 1867) French Surgeon and anatomist writing over 340 titles on surgery, embryology, anatomy and obstetrics