Medical Definition of Conjugate foci

1. In an image-forming system, two fields are said to be conjugate with each other when two or more object fields are simultaneously in focus in a single plane, for example, in Kohler illumination the field diaphragm, specimen and ocular front focal plane are conjugate foci as are the filament, condenser aperture diaphragm, objective back focal plane and ocular front focal plane(when a Bertrand lens is used). (05 Aug 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Conjugate Foci

conjugata
conjugate acid
conjugate acid-base pair
conjugate acids
conjugate angles
conjugate base
conjugate bases
conjugate deviation of the eyes
conjugate division
conjugate foci (current term)
conjugate foramen
conjugate ligament
conjugate movement of eyes
conjugate nystagmus
conjugate planes/points
conjugate point
conjugate redox pair
conjugate solution
conjugated
conjugated antigen
conjugated bilirubin
conjugated compound

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