Medical Definition of Vertical illumination

1. Bright field illumination by light from the objective which is reflected or scattered from the (usually opaque) object. Illumination is by means of a vertical illuminator placed above the objective. Light is brought into a side tube and directed toward the back aperture of the objective by a tiny mirror or prism, or else by a full-aperture transparent-reflector (thin glass plate) 45[macron] to the axis of the bodytube. (05 Aug 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Vertical Illumination

vertical blinds
vertical circle
vertical combination
vertical dimension
vertical displacement event
vertical elastic
vertical ellipses
vertical ellipsis
vertical file
vertical fin
vertical flute
vertical growth phase
vertical heart
vertical hymen
vertical illumination (current term)
vertical index
vertical instability
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vertical muscle of tongue
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