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mi·crog·ra·phy

(mī-krog'ră-fē),
1. Writing with very minute letters, sometimes observed in psychoses and in paralysis agitans.
2. A description of objects seen with a microscope.
3. Synonym(s): photomicrography
[micro- + G. graphō, to write]

micrography

(mī-krŏg′ră-fē)
1. Study of the physical appearance and characteristics of microscopic objects.
2. Study of an object by use of a microscope.
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