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bioptic

See biopsy.

bioptic

adjective Pertaining or relating to a biopsy. While the term fills a lexical void, the viable alternative “biopsy-related” may be preferred to avoid confusion of its root combination “bi-“ (two) and “-optic” (related to sight).
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Our study included bioptic material of 109 patients, who had been operated at the Clinical Center of Banja Luka, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
In this patient, the negative results of CEA and Ber-EP4 immunohistochemistry allowed us to exclude reactivity of the bioptic samples with epithelial-binding antibodies, whereas results of immunohistochemistry for cytokeratins, calretinin, EMA and HBME-1 indicated reactivity of the neoplastic tissue with antibodies that preferentially bind cells of mesothelial origin (Attanoos and Gibbs 1997; King and Hasleton 2001).
To help move customers quickly through the checkout process and eliminate the challenge of trying to align the bar code "just right," the MP6000 will provide full six-sided coverage with 100 percent imaging technology offering excellent performance and better read rates than laser or hybrid bioptic scanners on damaged, poorly printed and overwrapped bar codes.
Associated Optical has announced a new partnership with US bioptic telescope developer, Ocutech, meaning that Associated Optical will be able to supply the company's telescopic low vision aids in the UK.
In discussing innovative strategies or potential solutions to overcoming transportation barriers, particularly with regard to employment, participants noted that they are on the alert for visually impaired persons who might benefit from bioptic devices for driving.
For those looking for more accuracy and security at the front end, the new generation of the NCR RealScan 76 bioptic scanner promises to increase cashier productivity while adding efficiency and protection during checkout.
Bioptic Lasersysteme AG recently introduced the bioscope, a dedicated Q-switched Er:YAG laser system for IR-MALDI.
At the front end, the chain employs an AT&T 3230 DOS PC with Windows, AT&T's bioptic scanner, a 15-inch CTX color monitor and Epson printers.
Datalogic's trade secret lawsuit alleges that Metrologic wrongfully and knowingly possessed and used confidential information, belonging to Datalogic, relating to costs, and margins, as well as competitive positioning and sensitive information respecting customers for bioptic, single plane, and other classes of scanners sold by Datalogic.
For some people with albinism in the United States, learning to drive is a more realistic option than it is in Europe or other parts of the world, thanks to accommodation devices known as bioptic lens systems (telescopes that are mounted or attached to eyeglasses).
Chairman of the BCLA academic committee, Professor James Wolffsohn, said: "This seems an intriguing idea; to provide optical magnification to the retina when required in a similar way to a bioptic telescope.
000 (covering scanners, scales and registers) on NCR's 2127 Bioptic scanner, which combines both side and horizontal scanning.