OE ACRONYMS

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OE Acronyms App is the latest free resource from OphthalmicEdge, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to providing resources to doctors, students, and patients.

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Explore our growing database featuring
 hundreds of ophthalmic acronyms, with new
expert contributions published every month.

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Browse acronyms across multiple fields of opthalmology.

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  • CONTRIBUTORS

Built by ophthalmic professionals around the world.

OE Acronyms is proud to be a
collaborative effort, with contributions from
respected specialists across the globe.

  • Tommaso Bacci M.D.

    VRMNY
  • Yale L. Fisher M.D.

    VRMNY, Bascom Palmer
  • Marguerite Weinert M.D.

    Massachusetts Eye & Ear
  • Matthew Starr M.D.

    Willis Eye Hospital
  • Noy Ashkenazy M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • Omer Triviski M.D., M.B.A.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • Kevin Clauss M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • Grayson Armstron M.D., MPH

    Massachusetts Eye & Ear
  • Humberto Salazar M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • Ellen Koo M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • John Sorenson M.D.

    VRMNY
  • Nimesh Patel

    Nimesh Patel, M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • J William Harbour

    J. William Harbour, M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • Zelia Correa, M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute

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FIELDS OF STUDY
  • “Acronyms are everywhere in ophthalmology.  This growing list helps quickly define common and rare abbreviations. Studies are included for the beginner and experienced ophthalmic professional.”

    Yale L. Fisher, M.D.

    VRMNY / Bascom Palmer
  • “The Ophthalmic Edge Acronym App can be beneficial to users at any level. Finally there is a fast and reliable tool to access definitions for all those tricky abbreviations we come across on a daily basis. It is a must have for any eye care professional!”

    Nimesh Patel

    Nimesh A. Patel, M.D.

    Bascom Palmer Eye Institute
  • “The world of ophthalmology is replete with acronyms. While many become routine for practicing clinicians, there remains a need for ophthalmic acronyms within subspecialties and clinical trials to be ‘spelled out’ for other ophthalmologists. Additionally, residents and fellows in training now have a one-stop-shop for learning these often-used but rarely-explained acronyms.”

    Grayson Armstrong, M.D., MPH

    Massachusetts Eye & Ear

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