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Eponyms (for students)
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Medical||2.0||September 05, 2017||3.91|
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Version 2.0 released on September 05, 2017
• Now in shiny 64-bit and able to accommodate all device screen sizes • Added a handful of eponyms
Version 1.4.2 released on December 18, 2012
😤 Shake-to-learn works again! Shake sideways to show a random eponym name, shake up-down to show a random eponym description.
Version 1.4.1 released on December 13, 2012
Support for iPhone 5 and improvements for iOS 6
Version 1.3.2 released on July 20, 2011
• Small improvements • Changed Ad network
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Eponyms brings a short description of about 1800 common and obscure medical eponyms (e.g., Rovsing's sign, Virchow's node) to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. A perfect tool to quickly look up the meaning of any eponym. It uses the beautiful eponym database from Andrew J. Yee (http://www.eponyms.net/). ## Features • About 1800 eponyms • Full text search • Browse by any of the 26 categories • Star eponyms to keep track of the eponyms you tend to forget or which you know are favorites of your professor • List of recently accessed eponyms • Quick and easy learn mode ## Learn Mode The learn mode allows you to: • swipe to the left to show a random eponym but not its title • swipe to the right to show a random eponym title but not its text • pull down to reveal the hidden info Learn mode displays eponyms from the category you're currently visiting. This means you can either learn eponyms from a given category, only the ones that you've starred or simply all of them. ## Non-students: This is the free student version. Please only download the free version while you (still) are a student. Look for the regular version if you're a professional now.
Eponyms (for students) Ranking History | Medical
Eponyms (for students) daily app ranking in Medical category for the last 30 days.
Eponyms (for students) Worldwide Rankings | Medical
Eponyms (for students) rankings per country in Medical category.
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