micrographic


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micrographic

[¦mī·krə¦graf·ik]
(science and technology)
Having graphic texture distinguishable only with the aid of a microscope.
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Mohs micrographic surgery vs traditional surgical excision: a cost comparison analysis.
McKenna and his associates reviewed the medical records of 137 patients who underwent Mohs' micrographic surgery for nonmelanoma skin cancer of the external ear at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City.
Sax received additional advanced training in Mohs micrographic surgery and is able to perform the out-patient procedure in a matter of hours by utilizing an in-house laboratory.
John Skouge, vice president of the American College of Mohs Micrographic Surgery and Cutaneous Oncology, Schaumburg, Ill.
As the flagship of the series, the ScanPro 3000 is the latest innovation in micrographics technology, featuring a 26-megapixel camera—the highest optical resolution and exceptional image quality that has never before seen in the micrographics industry.
May 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Kodak Alaris announced today that, effective April 30, 2014, it has purchased the micrographics service business of Eastman Park Micrographics (EPM) in Europe, Asia and Latin America.
Puttman, president, Micrographic Sciences said, "As financial institutions increasingly migrate to a more efficient, automated research process, it will be critical for them to leverage their existing infrastructure, including historical archives and user interfaces.
ALOS Micrographics Corporation announced that it will sell its DocuWare document imaging division to DocuWare Corporation on January 1, 2001.
His knowledge and talent has created a healthy skin care program that appeals to both young and old in all treatment areas of dermatology, including medical, cosmetic, and laser surgery, as well as skin cancer and MOHS micrographic surgery.
It is, instead, a minimally updated version of the classic Micrographic Systems originally written by Daniel Costigan (first and second editions) and William Saffady (third edition).