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Synonyms for microscopic

so minute as not to be discernible

Synonyms for microscopic

of or relating to or used in microscopy

visible under a microscope

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extremely precise with great attention to details

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so small as to be invisible without a microscope

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From the above result we also know that the usual Hamilton equation in Equation (57) for the nonlinear systems remain valid for the microscopic particles.
Microscopic polyangiitis (MPA) is a very rare disease characterized by the lesions of arteriolae, venulae and capillaries, as well as medium arteries mainly of the kidneys and lungs, but also of other systems and organs [4].
We have used the flora of the Ciudad Universitaria (GAVILAN & al,, 1992) to make a selection of plants with therapeutic use and then to collect them for macroscopic and microscopic identification using the appropriate bibliographic tools (CASTROVIEJO & al., 1986-2010; TUTIN & al., 1964-1993; ANON., 2007-2010).
Jeehan Tawialh, WHO Representatives in the Sultanate delivered a speech where she stressed the importance of microscopic diagnosis of malaria.
In 1982, Szwed and Schaust reported that more than 30% of urines studied in their laboratory with normal macroscopic findings had abnormal findings on microscopic analysis of urine sediment.
The company said it found microscopic wrinkles in the skin of the 787's fuselage and asked Italian supplier Alenia Aeronautica to stop making the sections in June, reports the Associated Press .
The purpose of this document is to review the bases for microscopic hair analysis and comparison.
The "Microscopic Polyangiitis (MPA) - Pipeline Review, H1 2019" drug pipelines has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
A study done on 32 patients with histologically proven collagenous colitis revealed the presence of chronic constipation in 18 individuals, all of whom responded (improvement in stool frequency) to budesonide, which is a first-line treatment of microscopic colitis.4 This study also revealed increased prevalence of food allergies in patients with collagenous colitis, which explains the paradox of diarrhoea-constipation and response to steroids.
Microscopic screening will identify multiple abnormalities even in "healthy" patients: in this study 9.8% of women had significant pathologic findings.
Invasion mechanisms are investigated on models ranging from microscopic to macroscopic scales.
OBJECTIVE: Comparing the endoscopic and microscopic approaches in stapes surgery, and establishing the surgical approach that allows better results in terms of visualization of the middle ear structures and aids assistant's training.
Lablet is the name Prof Dr John McCaskill has given to the microscopic electronic component that he has been developing in recent years, together with numerous partners.
WORLD-RENOWNED artist Willard Wigan has created a microscopic sculpture of William Shakespeare, which is smaller than a full stop in a newspaper, to mark the 400th anniversary of his death.
Detection of fungal infection in dogs with complaint of pruritus can be done with the help of wood's lamp screening, direct microscopic examination of hair and scales, fungal isolation and histopathology.