microscope slide

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Noun1.microscope slide - a small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic studymicroscope slide - a small flat rectangular piece of glass on which specimens can be mounted for microscopic study
cover glass, cover slip - a small and very thin piece of glass used to cover the specimen on a microscope slide
plate glass, sheet glass - glass formed into large thin sheets
section - a very thin slice (of tissue or mineral or other substance) for examination under a microscope; "sections from the left ventricle showed diseased tissue"
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Direct microscopic examination of a wet-mount preparation with potassium hydroxide along with fungal culture has been considered the gold standard for diagnosis of onychomycosis7,8.
Petri dishes were incubated at 37[degrees]C and monitored for T gallinae survival for 48 hours by wet-mount microscopy and by InPouch TF medium culture for 10 days.
Comparison of the InPouch TF culture system and wet-mount microscopy for diagnosis of Trichomonas gallinae infections in the pink pigeon Columba mayeri.
At the IMI, a routine diagnosis of trichomoniasis is currently based on wet-mount microscopy and culture.
I was also unable to use pH paper or perform wet-mount microscopy.
Traditional diagnostic approaches, including wet-mount microscopy, pH tests, and culture, lack sensitivity and may be subjective.
One of the two swabs was used to determine the presence of yeast by direct wet-mount microscopy using a drop of 10 per cent potassium hydroxide solution.
Microscopic wet-mount examination of the stools for ovaparasites demonstrated that 1 out of 76 (1.
5, and clue cells found on wet-mount microscopy (see How to perform a wet mount).
If PAM is suspected, a fresh-centrifuged specimen of CSF should be inspected by wet-mount preparation and with Fixation and staining (7).
During a 6-month period, microscopic examinations for crystals with ordinary and compensated polarized light microscopy were performed with wet-mount slides on 130 consecutive synovial fluid specimens in which a crystal exam was ordered at three hospitals.
In the article, a cost-effective screening approach is mentioned, which includes culturing only for those women whose wet-mount tests are negative.