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Jules Germain François Maisonneuve

For other uses of this and similar names, see Maisonneuve.
Jules Germain François Maisonneuve

Jacques Gilles Maisonneuve (1809–1897) was a French surgeon and student of Guillaume Dupuytren. Maisonneuve is notable as the first surgeon to explain the role of external rotation in the production of ankle fractures. The eponymously named Maisonneuve fracture describes a specific fibular fracture.

References

  • Wilson, F. C. (2000). Fractures of the ankle: pathogenesis and treatment. South Orthop Assoc. Summer. 9(2):105-15.

Publications

  • Maisonneuve, J. G. (1840). Recherches sur la fracture du péroné. Paris. France: Loquin & Cie.
  • Maisonneuve, Jules and Cunasc, Laurent (1847). La Société nationale de Chirurgie, ses travaux et ses membres. Th. Bonet. Paris.


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