Harders, Harald; Fehse, Friedrich
October 1961
Angiology;Oct1961, Vol. 12 Issue 10, p477
Academic Journal
Discusses the use of cinephotomicrography as part of the study of the circulation in the vessels of human bulbar conjunctiva. Reduction of the necessary light intensity for illumination by increasing brilliance, contrast and enlargement of the picture by electronic means; Methods of film recording; Use of television micromethod for clinical teaching by affording the possibility of simultaneous projection of microvascular phenomena.


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