stereomicroscope

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ster·e·o·mi·cro·scope

 (stĕr′ē-ō-mī′krə-skōp′, stîr′-)
n.
A microscope equipped for stereoscopic viewing.

ster′e·o·mi′cro·scop′ic (-skŏp′ĭk) adj.
ster′e·o·mi·cros′co·py (-mī-krŏs′kə-pē) n.
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An in vitro assessment of apical microleakage in root canals obturated with gutta-flow, resilon, thermafil and lateral condensation: a stereomicroscopic study.
Stereomicroscopic analysis of aggregates in inoculated soil and sand showed precipitation under salt stress.
The botanical composition of the diet was determined by the method of Homolka and Heroldova (1992): 25 ml of rumen contents were collected randomly from the initial sample; for each sample, all items were identified by stereomicroscopic examination, and the total volume of each component was determined by calibration.
After combining the data of two radiographic and one stereomicroscopic observation, root canals were classified according to Vertucci's classification.
Upon arrival to the laboratory, clams were rinsed with running sea water and measured in centimeters from the anterior to the posterior edge of the shell; subsequently, a stereomicroscopic examination of the shell and siphon was carried out.
Stereomicroscopic studies of agro- inoculated leaves further confirmed that pGNC1-Rep has stronger constitutive GUS expression as compared to PGN35S.
Under stereomicroscopic magnification, all remaining adipose tissue and blood vessels were carefully dissected and eliminated to avoid lipid contamination and the spermicide action of blood.
The magnification is relatively low, and the stereomicroscopic vision makes it easy for the technician to make a complete, 3600 inspection of the vial.
In laboratory, stereomicroscopic analysis was applied to separate polychaetes from other planktonic organisms and a compound microscope was used for pelagic polychaete identification at the species level.
Marginal integrity and microleakage of direct and indirect composite inlays--SEM and stereomicroscopic evaluation.
Stereomicroscopic images of occurred damages are shown in Figures 1 and 2, where a longitudinal crack is visible as well as destruction of metal by melting resulting from short circuits which were created during the operation of heaters.
A stereomicroscopic study of the root apices of 400 maxillary and mandibular anterior teeth.