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microfiche

[mī′krōfēsh′]
Etymology: Gk, mikros + Fr, fiche, peg
a sheet of microfilm that contains several separate photographic reproductions. The sheet is a convenient size for filing and enables large amounts of data to be stored in a relatively small space. See also microfilm.

microfiche

(mī′krō-fēsh″) [Gr. mikros, small, + Fr. fiche, index card]
A sheet of microfilm that enables a large number of library data and medical records to be stored in a small space.
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