Moore fracture (1870) of the distal end of the radius; luxation distal ulna; fracture ulna styloid. Edward Mott Moore (1814–1902) American Surgeon.
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)
Edward Mott Moore (1814-1902) was an American Surgeon. Best known for his eponymous description of the Moore fracture in 1870
Barton fracture: Intra-articular distal radius fracture with radiocarpal joint subluxation. John Rhea Barton described Barton fracture in 1838.
John Rhea Barton (1794-1871) was an American Orthopaedic Surgeon. Eponym: Barton fracture (1838). Intra-articular distal radius fracture.
Jean-Gaspard Blaise Goyrand (1803 – 1866) was a French surgeon. Eponym: Goyrand Fracture (France - 1832) Smith fracture, wrist fracture
Colles fracture: Extra-articular fracture of the distal radius with dorsal angulation of the distal fragment. Abraham Colles (1814)
Jean-Louis Petit (1674-1750) French surgeon. Inventor of the Petit-type tourniquet. First postulated that 'carpal dislocations' were distal radius fractures
Robert William Smith (1807 - 1873) was an Irish Surgeon. Eponymously affiliated with the Smith Fracture. Performed autopsy on Colles