Eponyms for the iPad is an application used for Medical Students. It is a longstanding tradition in medicine that rewards people by naming diseases, procedures, and other noteworthy discoveries after them. But remembering them all is a huge headache for anyone who’s studying medicine or any related field. Eponyms for the iPad is an app that makes the job easier by providing a searchable catalog of more than 1,600 medical eponyms. The main screen lists 28 categories arranged by medical specialty, including special ones for syndromes, signs, and procedures, and one that lists all the eponyms in alphabetical order. Once you’ve selected a category, an index on the right side lets you jump to any letter, and a search icon at the top lets you look for eponyms than contain specified text. Tapping on an entry shows a brief description of the eponym along with its creation date. This app is free for students and very useful for those trying to remember all the different medical terms.