Sandison-Clark chamber

San·di·son-Clark cham·ber

(san'di-sŏn klahrk),
a chamber that can be fitted over a hole punched in a rabbit's ear, so that tissue will grow to fill the defect between two transparent plates; if the distance between the plates is small, the living tissue can be studied microscopically.

Clark,

Eliot R., U.S. anatomist, 1881-1963.
Sandison-Clark chamber - see under Sandison

Sandison,

J. Calvin, U.S. surgeon, 1899–.
Sandison-Clark chamber - a chamber that can be fitted over a hole punched in a rabbit's ear so that tissue will grow to fill the defect between two transparent plates.