Monday, December 7, 2009

Abbreviations related to Eye

A
Applanation tension
AA
Amplitude of accommodation
AACG
acute angle closure glaucoma
ABK
aphakic bullous keratopathy
ABMD
ant. basement membrane dystrophy cornea 371.52
AC
anterior chamber
AC/A
accomodative convergance/accommodation ratio
ACA
anterior cerebral artery
acc
accommodative
ACG
angle closure glaucoma
ACIOL
anterior chamber intraocular lens
ACS
anterior cortical
ACT
alternate cover test(ACT' = near)
add
Added power for near vision
AES
anterior eye segment
AET
alternate esotropia
AFGE
air fluid gas exchange
AFIP
armed forces institute of pathology
AHC
acute hemorrhagic
AHF
anterior hyaloid face
AHM
anterior hyaloid membrane
AION
ant. ischemic optic neuropathy
AK
astigmatic keratotomy
AKC
allergic keratoconjunctivitis
AL
axial length
ALK
automated lamellar
ALT
argon laser trabeculoplasty
AMD
age related macular degeneration
AMPPE
acute multifocal placoid pigmaent epitheliopathy
AMT
amniotic membrane
ANS
autonomic nervious system
Ant Vit
anterior vitrectomy
AO
american optical company
AO-HRR
American Optical's Hardy-Rand-Rittler color vision plates
APCT
alternate prism & cover test
APD
afferent pupillary defect
App
applanation tonometry
Appl
applation tension
AR
axenfeld-reiger syndrome
AR
autorefractor
ARC
abnormal retinal correspondence
ARG
Angle recession glaucoma
ARM
age-related maculopathy
ARMD
age related macular degeneration
ARN
acute retinal necrosis
ARNS
atropine retinoscopy
ASC
anterior subcapsular cataract 366.13 (senile vs juvenile)
ASCC
anterior subcapsular cataract 366.13 (senile vs juvenile)
ASO4
atropine
AT
applanation tonometry (measure IOP)
AV
arteriovenous (nicking) (fundus)
AXT
alternate exotropia
B
Betoptic
B4L
Binkhorst 4-loop IOL
BAO
branch artery occlusion
BC
base curve
BD
Base-down prism
BDR
background diabetic retinopathy
BFP
binocular fixation pattern
BI
base-in prism
BLR
bilateral lateral rectus
BMR
bilateral medial rectus
BO
Base-out prism
BRAO
branch retinal artery occlusion
BRC
Blind Rehab Center
BROS
Blind Rehab Outpatient Specialist
BRVO
branch retinal vein occlusion
BS
blond spot
BSCL
bandage soft contact lens (per Dr McCarty 7/2004)
BSS
balanced salt solution
BSV
binocular single vision
BU
base-up prism
BUT
(tear) break up time
BVA
best-corrected visual acuity
BVO
branch vein occlusion 362.36
BVO
branch vein occlusion
C
cornea
C&F
cell and flare
C/D
cup to disc ratio (part of OPTIC DISC exam)
C/D
cup to disc ratio
C/F
cell/flare(anterior chamber)
C/N
cyclogyl and neosynephrine
C/S
cornea sclera
C3F8
Perfluoropropane gas
CA
corneal abrasion
CACG
chronic angle closure glaucoma (365.23 2004)
CAG
conjunctival autograft
CAI's
carbonic anhydrase inhibitors
Cap
capsule(anterior or posterior)
CAT
computer access training
cat
cataract
Cat TRAB
combined cataract-trabeculectomy
cat.ext
cataract extraction
CB
ciliary body
CBB
cilary body band
cc
with correction
CCF
carotid cavernous fistula
CCS
carotid cavernous shunt
CCT
Computed coronal tomography
CDCR
canaliculodacryocystorhinostomy
CE
cataract extraction
CF
count fingers
CF
confrontation field
CFFF
criitical flicker fusion frequency
CG
ciliary ganglion
CHA
compound hypermetropic astigmatism (376.20 2004)
CHRPE
congenital hypertrophy of retinal pigment epithelium (743.56) 2004)
CjDCR
conjunctivodacryocystorhinostomy
CL
contact lens
CME
cystoid macular edema
CMG
combinde mechanism glaucoma
CN
cranial nerve
CNAG
chronic narrow angle glaucoma
CNDO
congential nasolacrimal duct obstruction
CNVM
choroidal neovascular membrane (362.16)
COAG
chronic open angle glaucoma
Conj
conjunctiva
CPC
central posterior curve
CPC
gas permeable contacts
CPEO
crh. progres. ext. ophthalmoplegia
CR
chorioretinal (as in "CR scar" 363.30
CRA
central retinal artery
CRAO
central retinal artery occlusion 362.31
CRET
constant right esotropian (monocular per Dr Stephens 2004 378.01)
CRRR
corneal rust ring remover
CRV
central retinal vein
CRVO
central retinal vein occlusion (362.35)
CSC,CSR
central serous (chorio)
CSM
central, steady, maintained
CSME
clinically significant macular edema
CSUM
central, steady, unmaintained fixation
CT
cover test(CT' = near)
CTL
contact lens
CUSUM
central, unsteady, unmaintained fixation
CV
color vision
CVF
confrontation visual field
Cx
cylinder (in diopters), axis (in degrees)
Cyl
cylinder(astigmatism) (367.20)
cyl
cylinder
D
disc
D
diopeter, the unit of refractive power
D
distance, distance vision
D/Q
deep and quiet
D-100
Farnsworth Panel D-100 color vision test
D-15
Farnsworth Panel D-15 color vision test
DA
dark adaptation
DCR
dacryocystorhinostomy
DD
disc diameter
DD
disc diameter
DDH
dissociated double hypertropia
DDVD
double dissociated vertical deviation
DES
Dry Eye Syndrome
DFE
dilated fundus exam
DHD
dissociated horizontal
Disp
dispensed
DM & NOU
dilate mydriacyl & Neo-Synephrine, both eyes
DMVP
disc, macula, vessels and periphery
DOD
dilate right eye
DOS
dilate left eye
DR
diabetic retinopathy
DRS
diabetic retinopathy study
DVD
dissociated vertical deviation
E
esophoria
EBMD
epithel. basement membrane dystrophy cornea 371.52
ECCE
extracapsular cataract extraction
EE
external examination
EKC
epidemic keratoconjunctivitis
EKF
epikeratophakia
EL
endolaser
ELISA
enzyme-linked immuno-absorbent assay
EMM
epimacular membrane
EMP
epimacular proliferation
Enuc
enucleation
EOG
electrooculogram
EOM (I)
extraocular movements (intact)
EOMB
extraocular musle balance
epi
epithelium
EPI
epinephrine
EPRP
endopanretinal photocoagulation
ERG
electroretinogram
ERM
epiretinal membrane 362.56 (macular puckering)
ERP
early receptor potential
ES
esophoria
ET
esotropia
ETDRS
early treatment diabetic retinopathy study
EW
Edinger-Westphal
EW
extended wear contact lens
EWSCL
extended wear soft contact lens
F + F
fix and follow vision
F&C
flare & cells
F&F
fixes and follows
FA
fluorescein angiogram
FAX
fluid-air exchange
FB
foreign body
FBS
foreign body sensation
FC
finger counting
FEF
frontal eye field
FEM
fast eye movements
FEVR
familial exudative vitreoretinopathy
FFA
fundus fluorescein
FFF
flicker fusion frequency fields
FGX
fluid-gas exchange
FK
flilamentous keratitis
FM 100
Farnsworth-Munsell 100-hue color vision test
FP
fibrous proliferation
fpa
far point of accommodation
FTA
fluorescent treponema absorption test
FTC
full to confrontation visual fields
FTFC
full to finger counting
FTG
full-time glasses
FTO
full-time occlusion
FTP
full-time patch
GAT
Goldman Applanation Tonometry
GHPC
giant helicoid peripapillary choroidpathy
GPC
giant papillary conjunctivitis
gtt
drop
gtts
drops
GVR
goldman visual field
H
hyperphoria
HCL
hard contact lens
heme
hemorrhage
HGC
horizontal gaze center
HK
herpes keratitis
HM
hand motions
HOT
hypotrophic
HOTV
HOTV vision test
HRC
high risk characteristic
HRR
Hardy Rand Rittler color plate
HSK
herpes simplex keratitis
HSV
herpes simplex virus
HT
hypertrophia
HVF
Humphrey Visual Field
HZO
herpes zoster ophthalmicus
I
iris
I & A
irrigation and aspiration
IC
infeior colliculus
ICCE
intracapsular cataract surgery
ICD
intercanthal distance
ICE
iridocornea enodthelial (syndrome)
IK
intersitiial keratitis
ILM
internal limiting membrane
INO
internuclear ophthalmoplegia
IO
inferior oblique
IOFB
interocular foreign body
IOL
intraocular lens
ION
ischemic optic neuropathy
IOOA
inferior oblique muscle overation
IOP
intraocular pressure
IOP
intraocular pressure
IP
intraoccular pressure
IPCV
idiopathic polypoidal
IPD
interpupillary distance
IR
inferior rectus
IRMA
intraretinal microvascular abnormalities
IVFA
intravenous fluorescien angiography
J1
Jaeger near reading acuity
J2, J3, etc
jaeger size print
JXG
juvenile xanthogranuloma
K
keratometric cornea readings
K
cornea
K (xx.xx/xx.xx)
keratometry (measurements of cornea)
K sicca
keratoconjunctivitis sicca
KCS
keratoconjunctivitis sicca
KM
kermatomileusis
KP
keratic precipitates
L
left
L
lens
L.L.c.P
light perception with projection
L/A
lids and adnexa
L/I
lens iris
LA
light adaption
Lac
laceration
LASER
Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation
LASIK
laser in situ keratomileusis
LCT
lateral canthal tendon
LD
lattice degeneration
LDVD
left dissociated vertical deviation
LE
left esophoria
LE
left eye
LE(T)
intermittent left esotropia
LET
left esoptropia
LGB
lateral geniculate body
LGN
lateral geniculate nucleus
LH(T)
intermittent left hypertropia
LHT
left hypertropia
LI
laser iridotomy
LID
left inferior oblique
LIR
left inferior reectus
LK
lamellar keratoplasty
LKP
lamellar keratoplasty
LL
lower lid
LLL
left lower lid
LMR
left medial rectus
LOM
lens opacity meter
LP
light perception
LP + P
light perception and projection
LPCA
long posterior cillary artery
LPI
laser peripheral iridectomy
LPw/P
light perception with projection
LR
lateral rectus
LSO
left superior oblique
LSR
left superior rectus
LTG
low tension glaucoma
LTP
laser trabeculoplasty
LTP
laser trabeculoplasty
LUL
left upper lid
LV
low vision
LVA
low vision aids
LX(T)
intermittent left exotropia
LXT
left exotropia
M
macula
M
manifest refraction
M/N
mydracyl and neosynephrine
MA
microaneurysm
MB
muscle balance
MCA
middle cerebral artery
MCE
microcystic corneal edema
MCT
medial canthal tendon
MDF
Map-Dot-Fingerprint of cornea 371.52 (ABMD)
MEWDS
multifocal evanescent white dot syndrome
MG
marcus gunn defect (afferent pupillary defect)
MGD
Meibomian Gland Dysfunct. 259.9
MH
macular hole (362.54)
MLF
medial longitudinal fasciculus
MMG
mixed mechanism glaucoma
M/N
in regards to dilation means mydriacyl (tropicamide) & neophenylephrine (phenylephrine) & there is usually a time written next to it when drops instilled
MP
membrane peeling
MPP
massive preretinal proliferation
MPR
massive preretinal retraction
MR
manifest refraction
MR
medial rectus
MRD
marginal reflex distance
MS
multiple sclerosis
MVR
massive vitreous retraction
MVR
microvitreoretinal needle knife
N
near
NAG
narrow angle glaucoma
NDF
neutral density filter test
NdYAG
neodymium yittrium-aluminum-garnet laser
NE
non-exudative (as in NE-ARMD 362.51)
NFL
nerve fiber layer
NI
no improvement
NLD
nasolacrimal duct
NLP
no light perception
NMI
no manifest improvement
NO
near point
NPA near point of accomodation
NPC
near point of convergence
NPDR
non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy
NR
non-reactive
NRC
normal retinal correspondence
NS
nuclear sclerosis (366.16)
NSC
nuclear sclerotic cataract
NTG
normal tension glaucoma 365.89
NV
near vision
NVD
neovascularization of the disc
NVE
neovascularization elsewhere
NVG
neovascular glaucoma 365.63
NVI
neovascularization of the Iris
OA
overaction (eg. Muscle)
OA IO
overactive infeior oblique
OA IO OU
overactive inferior obliques, both eyes
OA SO
overactive superior oblique
OA SO OU
overactive supeior obliques, both eyes
OAG
Open angle glaucoma
OCT
optical coherence tomography (92135)
OD
right eye
ODM
ophthalmodynamometry
OHT
ocular hypertension
OKN
optokinetic nystagmus
O-M
orientation and mobility
ON
optic nerve
onh
Optic Nerve Head
ONSD
optic nerve sheath decompression
OR
over-refraction
ortho.
orthophoria
OS
left eye
OT
ocular tension (pressure)
OT
ocular tension
OT
orthotropia
OU
both eyes
OWS
overwear syndrome
P
periphery(fundus)
P
pupil
P + C
prism and cover test
PACG
primary angle closure glaucoma
PACT
prism and alternate cover
PAG
perennial allergic conjunctivitis
PAM
potential acuity meter
PAN
periarteritis nodosa
PAS
peripheral anterior synechiae
PAT
prism adaptation test
PBI
pritein bound iodine
PBK
pseudophakia bullous keratopathy
PC
posterior chamber
PC
peripheral curve
PC
post-cycloplegic
PC
Posterior capsule
PC
posterior chamber
PC
poserior commissure
PCA
posterior cerebral artery
PCF
pharyngoconjunctiival fever
PCIOL
posterior chamber intraocular lens
PCIOL
posterior capsule
PCO
posterior capsule opacity
PD
interpupillary distance
PDG
pigmetary dispersion glaucoma
PDR
proliferative diabetic retinopathy (250.5X + 362.0X)
pdt
photodynamic therapy (67221, 67225)
PE
phacoemulsification
PED
retinal pigment epithelial detachment
PED
persistent epithelial defect
PEE
punctate epithelial eorsion
PEO
progressive external ophthalmoplegia
PERRLA
pupils equal round reactive to light accommodation
PEX
pseudoexfoliation syndrome 366.11
PF
pred forte
PFCL
perfluorocarbon liquid
PFV
persistent fetal vascularture
PGC
pontine gaze center
PH
pin hole
Phaco
phacoemulsification
PHM
posteior hyaloid membrane
PHNI
pinhole: no improvement
PHPV
persistent hyperplastic of primary vitreous
PI
peripheral iridectomy
PK
penetrating keratoplasty
PKP
penetrating keratoplasty
PKU
phenylketonuria
PL
plano
PLCO
posterior lens capsule opacity
PLS
posterior lip sclerectomy
PLT
perferential looking technique
PMMA
polymethymetacrylate
PMR
POAG
primary open angle glaucoma
POHS
presumed ocular histoplasmosis syndrome
POZ
posterior optical zone
PP
pars plana
PP
pars Pplicate
PP
near point
PPA
perpapillary atrophy
PPA
near point of accomodation
PPC
near point of convergence
PPDR
preproliferative diabetic retinopathy
PPG
pilopine gel
PPL
plar plana lensectomy
PPMD
posterior polymorphous dystrophy
PPRF
pontine paramedian reticular formation
PPV
pars plana vitrectomy
PR
pneumatic retinopexy
PR
far point of accommodation
prba
Problems-Risks-Benefits-Alternatives
PRK
photorefractive keratectomy
PRP
panretinal photocoagulation
PRRE
pupils round, regular and equal
PS
posterior synechiae
PSC
posterior subcapsular cataract
PSCC
posterior subcapsular cataract 366.14 or 743.31
PTK
phototherapeutic keratectomy
PTN
pretectal nucleus
PTO
part time occlusion (patch)
PTP
part time patch
PTR
pterygium
PVD
posterior vitreous detachment 379.21
PVR
proliferative vitreoretinopathy
PXE
pseudoexamthoma elasticum 757.39 in 2004
PXF
pseudoexfoliation
PXG
pseudoexfoliation glaucoma 365.52
PXS
psedoexfoliation syndrome
R
right
R
retinoscopy
R
recession (of extraocular muscle)
R
refraction
R & R
recess and resect (muscle)
R&R
recess and resect (recess-resent)
R/R
resection and recession
RA
react to accommodation
RAPD
reverse afferent pupillary defect
RB
retinoblastoma
RBAC
Risk-Benefits-Complications-Alternatives
RBCA
Risk-Benefits-Complications-Alternatives
Rc
cycloplegic retinoscopy
RD
retinal detachment
RDE
random dot esterogram
RDVD
right dissociated vertical deviation
RE
right esophoria
RE
right eye
RE(T)
intermittent right esotropia
Ref
refraction
REM
rapid eye movements
RET
retinsocopy
RET
right esotropia
ret pig
retinitis pigmentosa
RGP
rigid gas permeable contact lens
RH(T)
intermittent right hypertropia
RHT
right hypertropia
RIO
right inferior oblique
RIR
right inferior rectus
RK
radial keratotomy
RLF
retrolental fibroplasia
RLL
right lower lid
RLR
right lateral rectus
ROP
retinopathy of prematurity
RP
retinitis pigmentosa
RPA
retinitis punctata albesens
RPDE
retinal pigment epithelium detachment
RPE
retinal pigment epithelium
RPED
retinal pigment epithelium detachement
RRD
rhegmatogenous retinal detachment
RSO
right superior oblique
RSR
right superior rectus
RUL
right upper lid
RVO
retinal vein occlusion
Rx
prescription (glasses)
Rx
right exophoria
RX(T)
intermittent right exotropia
RXT
right exotropia
S
sphere
S(T)
intermittent esotropia at distance
SAC
seasonal allergic conjunctivitis
SB
scleral buckle
SBP
scleral buckling procedure
SBV
single binocular vision
sc
without correction
SC
senile cataract
SCH
subconjunctival hemorrhage
SCL
soft contact lens
SCT
single cover test
SEM
slow eye movements
SEM
scanning electron microscopy
SF
scleral fixation
SF6
sulfur hexafluroide (gas)
SFP
simultaneous foveal perception
SG
Sheridan-Gardner visual acuity test
SI
sector iridectomy
SITA
Swedish Interactive Thresholding Algorithm
SK
striate keratopathy
SLE
slit lamp exam
SMD
senile macular degeneration
SMP
simutaneous macular perception
SO
silicone oil
SO
superior oblique
SO
sympathetic ophthalmia
SO
superior oblique
SOF
superior orbital fissure
SOI
silicone oil injection
SOV
superior opthalamic vein
SPCA
short posteior ciliary artery
SPCT
simutaneous prism & cover test
Sph
sphere
SPK
superficial punctate keratopathy
SR
superior rectus
SRF
subretinal fluid
SRH
subretinal hemorrhage
SRK
Sanders, Retzlaff, Kraff formula for IOL power
SRM
subretinal membrane
SRN
subretinal neovascularization
SRNVM
subretinal neovascular membrane
SRNVM
subretinal neovascularization
SS
scleral spur
SS
scleral spur
SSPE
subacute sclerosing panencephalitis
ST
esotropia at distance
ST
esotropia at near
T
ocular tension (pressure)
T
tension
TA
applanation tonometry(eye pressure)
TAC
teller acuity cards
TAP
tension by applation
Tapp
Applation tonometry
TBT
tear break up time
TBUT
tear break up time
TM
trabecular meshwork
TN
tension (ocular)
TOV
transcient obscuration of vision
TP
tono-pen (eye pressure)
Tp
tension by pneumotonometry
Tpen
tonopen, method used to perform tonometry (checking intraocular pressure)
TPI
treponema pallidum immobilization test
Tpn
tension by pneumotonometer
TPPL
trans pars plana lensectomy
TPPV
trans pars plana vistrectomy
Trab
trabeculectomy
TRD
total or tractional retinal detachment
TRIC
trachoma or inclusion conjunctivitis
Ts
tension Schiotz
TSCPC
transsleral cyclophotocoagulation
Tx
treatment
TX
trabeculectomy
UA
underaction (eg. Muscle)
UA IO
underactive inferior oblique
UA IO OU
underactive infeior obliques, both eyes
UA SO
underactive superior obliques
UCUSUM
uncentral unsteady unmaintained fixation
UGH
uveitis glaucoma hyphema syndrome
UL
upper lid
UPECCE
unplanned extracapsular cataract extraction
V
vitreous
VA
visual acuity
VA wc or cc
visual acuity with correction
VA sc
visual acuity without correction
VECP
visual evoked cortical potential
VEP
visual-evoked potential
VER
visual evoked response
VF
visual fields(confrontation; automated)
VGC
vertical gaze center
VH
vitreous hemorrhage
VISC
vitreous infusion suction
Vit
vitrectomy; vitreous
vit.
vitreous infusion suction
VKH
vogt-koyanaki-harada
VOD
vision right eye
VOR
vestibulo-ocular reflex
VOS
vision left eye
VOU
vision both eyes
W
wear (present glasses)
W4D
Worth 4-dot test
WGOA
wearing glasses on arrival
WTR
wearing patch on arrival
X
exophoria
x
axis
X (T)
intermittent exotropia
XT
exotropia
YAG
Yttrium, Aluminum, Garnet
A0.2
Brimonidine 0.2%
B
betaxolol
B1/2
Betaxolol 0.5%
B-s
Betaxolol 0.25% susp
C1
cyclopentolate (cyclogyl) 1% eye drops
C3
Carbachol 3%
C3
Cyclogyl
D250
Acetazolamide 250mg
D250
Diamox
D250
Diamox 250 mg
DFP
diisopropyl fluorophosphate
E1
epinephrine 1%
EDMA
ethylene glyco-dy-methacrylate
EDTA
ethylene diamine tetra acetate
F3T
trifluorothymidine
FML
Fluorometholone 0.1%
HA5
homatropine 5% eyedrops
I1/2
Apraclonidine 0.5%
IDU
idoxuridine
M1
Tropicamide 1%
M1
tropicamide (Mydriacyl) 1% eyedrops
N2.5
Neo-Synephrine 2.5%
N2.5
phenylephrine HCL (Neosynephrine) 2.5% eyedrops
N50
Methazolamide 50mg
N50
Neptazane 50 mg
P
Pilocarpine 2%
P0.1
Dipivefrin Hydrochloride 0.1%
P2
Pilocarpine 2%
PF 1
Prednisolone Acetate 1%
PI .25
Echothiophate iodide 0.25%
PI .25
phospholine iodine
PT
Trimethoprim Sulfate & Polymyxin B Sulfate
SF6
sulfur hexafloroide
SFG
sulfur hexafluoride gas
T 0.5
timolol maleate (timpotic) 0.5% eyedrops
T1/2
Timolol Maleate 1/2%
T2
Trusopt 2%
TFT
trifluorothymidine

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