inoscopy

in·os·co·py

(in-os'kŏ-pē),
The microscopic examination of biologic materials (for example, tissue, sputum, clotted blood) after dissecting or chemically digesting the fibrillary elements and strands of fibrin.
[ino- + G. skopeō, to look at]

inoscopy

/in·os·co·py/ (in-os´kah-pe) the diagnosis of disease by artificial digestion and examination of the fibers or fibrinous matter of sputum, blood, effusions, etc.

inoscopy

(ĭ-nŏs′kə-pē)
n.
Microscopic examination of biological materials after dissecting or chemically digesting the fibrillary elements and strands of fibrin.

inoscopy

the diagnosis of disease by artificial digestion and examination of the fibers or fibrinous matter of the sputum, blood, effusions, etc. Also called fibrinoscopy.

in·os·co·py

(in-os'kŏ-pē)
Microscopic examination of biologic materials (e.g., tissue, sputum, clotted blood) after dissection or chemical digestion of the fibrillary elements and strands of fibrin.
[ino- + G. skopeō, to look at]

inoscopy

the diagnosis of disease by artificial digestion and examination of the fibers or fibrinous matter of the sputum, blood, effusions, etc. Called also fibrinoscopy.
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