Jacques Gilles Maisonneuve (1809-1897) was an eminent French Surgeon. Eponymously associated with the Maisonneuve fracture
James Frederick Brailsford (1888 - 1961) was an English radiologist. Eponym: Brailsford disease (1939), adult onset navicular osteonecrosis
Bernhard Georg (Hardy) Weber (1927 – 2002) was a Swiss surgeon affiliated with the Danis-Weber ankle fracture classification. Medical Eponym
Edward Mott Moore (1814-1902) was an American Surgeon. Best known for his eponymous description of the Moore fracture in 1870
Lelli test or Lever test designed by Alessandro Lelli, Italian surgeon clinical test to diagnose Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) disruption.
Alessandro Lelli - Italian orthopaedic surgeon specialising in knee arthroscopy and reconstructive surgery. Eponym: Lelli test (Lever test) Knee ACL
Eponymythology associated with signs, symptoms, investigation and management of foot injuries. Review of related eponyms; the person behind the name; their relevance today; and modern terminology
Nikolai Ivanovich Pirogov (Никола́й Ива́нович Пирого́в)(1810 - 1881) Russian surgeon, anesthetist and anatomist. 1854 Pirogov amputation
Gosselin fracture: V-shaped fracture of the distal tibia that extends into the tibial pylon and divides it into an anterior and posterior fragment. Described 1855, published 1873
Léon Athanase Gosselin (1815–1887) was a French Surgeon associated with the Gosselin Fracture, a V-shaped distal tibia fracture extending to tibial plafond
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.
Leland Greene Hawkins (1933 - 1991) was an American orthopedic surgeon. Hawkins classification system for talar neck fractures (1970) revolutionized management and helped quantify the risk of progression to avascular necrosis