Nick Zerwas, R-Elk River, after an orthoscopic
procedure Wednesday revealed that routine surgery meant to correct a flaw in his heart would not work.
He missed the last five games of the season with torn cartilage in his left knee, which required orthoscopic
That was easy to do, given the 192-inch focal length of the scope and Jimi's favored orthoscopic
eyepieces, which minimize the number of air-to-glass surfaces that can cause light scatter from a bright object just outside the field.
Polarized light field microscopy: an analytical method using a microlens array to simultaneously capture both conoscopic and orthoscopic
views of birefringent objects.
We're hearing from clients that employees are starting to collaborate much more and talk among themselves, starting to share, "What orthoscopic
did you see?
He was saying if it wasn't, I'd have to have an orthoscopic
procedure, so if it is Lyme disease, I won't have to have the procedure done, which is great," he added.
In answer to a question from Mr Frank Sellers (1875-1959), Ainslie replied that he definitely regarded monocentric eyepieces as better than orthoscopic
eyepieces for planetary work, and he proceeded to draw the internal construction of the eyepieces on the Sion College blackboard.
Samples were characterized via orthoscopic
observation (in transmission) using an Olympus BX51 microscope with UMPlanFL 5 X or 20X objectives.
Since I have prescribed orthoscopic
lenses for him, he has shown significant improvement in his reading skills.
It also manufactures a medical specialty tool--an orthoscopic
Bates missed the entire basketball season after a knee injury, then had orthoscopic
surgery on March 14 to remove scar tissue.
Plossl and orthoscopic
designs are capable of giving sharp images and can compensate, to a degree, for the aberrations (deviations from the "ideal" view) that plague fast scopes.