microscopical


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microscopic

(less commonly), microscopical
not large enough to be seen with the naked eye but visible under a microscope

microscopical

[‚mi·krə′skäp·ə·kəl]
(optics)
Also known as microscopic.
Of or pertaining to the microscope.
Visible only under a microscope.
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Excision of the recurrence under local anaesthesia was performed, but the microscopical examination of the specimen revealed a positive margin.
In professional associations he held memberships in the American Institute of Biological Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the American Microscopical Society, the American Society of Parasitologists (council member), the Annual Midwest Conference of Parasitologists, the Helminthological Society of Washington (editorial board), the International Association for Great Lakes Research, the Ohio Fish and Wildlife Association, the Wildlifc Disease Association, and the World Federation of Parasitologists.
Improved light microscopical detection of microsporidia spores in stools and duodenal aspirates.
The mucous membrane has edematous microscopical appearance, with hemorrhages and superficial necroses; in the initial stages at the places of engagement it is thin, and consequently, on the basis of inflammatory changes in it, the wall becomes thickened.
The idea behind WebView3D is to allow for the easy sharing and manipulation of volumetric data and large 3D images such as those generated by microscopical or X-ray computed tomography, or industrial CT scanning, for example," says Arivis founder Christian Gotze.
Light and electron microscopical analysis of cell types in human seminoma.
the indoor temperature or humidity increases, the collections may become colonized with microscopical fungi presenting a health hazard to the workers.
An electron microscopical study on the genesis of lipofuscin, melanin and haemosiderin in the haemopoitic tissues of fish.
Preliminary taxonomic classification of the thiram degraders/utilizers was performed using classical, cultural, biochemical and microscopical characteristics.
For most students the highlight of the workshop is examining plants using the fluorescence microscope, which is owned by the Royal Microscopical Society.