microphotograph


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microphotograph

[¦mī·krə′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
A microscopically small photograph, requiring magnification to be readable.
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Microphotograph (magnification 40x) showing squamous cell carcinoma with keratin pearls (shown by an arrow).
He combined the Stanhope lens with a microphotograph to forma single miniature magnifying unit, which he patented in 1859.
In the microphotograph on the left of Figure 18, a crystalline formation of spherical symmetry can be observed, which is called spherulitic geometry or structure.
These are HE stained microphotographs showing 20 weeks fatal lung tissue transplanted under the adult axilla and viewed under Low Power (Microphotograph 4) and Scan power (Microphotograph 5).
5, electro scanning microphotographs of tenaculum; 6, apex of tibiotarsus III with ungues and unguiculus; and 7, foot complex showing bent apical filament of the unguiculus.
Microphotograph of the papillary urothelial neoplasm of low malignant potential showing discrete and non-fused papillae, which are lined by multilayered urothelium with minimal to absent cytologic atypia.
On the basis of our analysis of the histological data (Vide microphotograph nos.
A free color microphotograph of this chip moved on AP PhotoExpress Network today -- see photo PRN5.
Photo: This microphotograph of the cross section of a rivet formed on an orbital headformer shows the smooth material grain flow structure characteristic of this process.
14) has only one dimension in thickness in nanometer range as shown in the SEM microphotograph in Fig.
Histological microphotograph of the residual tissues of a 20 weeks human fetal adrenal transplant retrieved 2 months 19 days after its placement in the axilla of the patient (S.
The elemental spectra shown in right microphotograph in Figure 3 are the elements detected by the EDS analyses.