Welcome to the 176th FOAMed Quiz.
Not a lot of FOAMed content this week, so we’re going to do it a little bit different.
Name the eponyms of the following fractures and te nationality of the namegiver for extra points 🙂
A Bennett fracture is an intra-articular two-part fracture of the base of the first metacarpal with carpometacarpal joint involvement.
Edward Hallaran Bennett (1837-1907) was an Irish Surgeon.
A Tillaux fracture is a fracture of the anterolateral tibial epiphysis. It commonly seen in adolescents.
I could be a triplane fracture as well, but there is no surgeon called triplane as far as I know.
Paul Jules Tillaux (1834-1904) was a French surgeon.
A Lisfranc injury is a tarsometatarsal fracture dislocation characterized by traumatic disruption between the articulation of the medial cuneiform and base of the second metatarsal.
Jacques Lisfranc de Saint-Martin (1787 – 1847) was a French surgeon.
The Malgaigne fracture is an unstable fracture of the pelvis. The Malgaigne fracture usually results from a vertical shear force causing two ipsilateral pelvic ring fractures.
Joseph François Malgaigne (1806 – 1865) was a French surgeon.
This quiz was written by Sophie Nieuwendijk, Denise van Vossen, Gijs de Zeeuw, Nicole van Groningen, Jeroen van Brakel, Noortje Geerts and Renée Deckers
Reviewed and edited by Rick Thissen