Victor Alexandre Henri Chaput (1857 – 1919) was a French Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with Tillaux-Chaput fracture (1907)
Percivall Pott (1714 – 1788) was a British surgeon. Extensive work with hernia repair, hydrocoele repair, vertebral TB and his own Pott fracture
Eponymythology associated with signs, symptoms, investigation and management of ankle and talus injuries, fractures and conditions.
Henry Earle (1789 - 1838) was an English surgeon. Earle-Volkmann triangle (1829); Fracture bed for management of NOF fractures
Léon Clément Le Fort (1829 – 1893) was a French surgeon. Eponym: Wagstaffe-Le Fort fracture (1886); Le Fort Operation for uterine prolapse; Le Fort amputation; Le Fort Male Catheter; and Le Fort sound. Godfather of FOAM 'Liberté de l'enseignement'
Lauge-Hansen classification of ankle injuries (1950) - predictable fracture patterns defined by injury mechanism and resultant radiological findings
Archaic eponym: Effectively a fracture-dislocation of the ankle, involving a fracture of the fibula, disruption of the deltoid ligaments with an intact tibiofibular ligament
Bosworth fracture-dislocation of the ankle. Rare injury with proximal fibular fragment trapped behind the tibia, frequently irreducible by closed methods.
David Marsh Bosworth (1897–1979) was an American Orthopedic Surgeon. Associated with the Bosworth fracture and streptomycin for bone and joint tuberculosis
Sherpherd fracture: Posterior talar process fracture with injury to the lateral tubercle caused by inversion or extreme equinus (1882)
Cedell fracture (1974): Posterior talar process fracture with injury to the posteromedial tubercle caused by forced dorsiflexion and pronation
Francis J. Shepherd (1851-1929) British/Canadian Surgeon eponymously associated with Shepherd's Fracture - lateral tubercle of the posterior talar process