orthoscopic


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orthoscopic

 [or″tho-skop´ik]
1. pertaining to orthoscopy or an orthoscope.
2. having normal, undistorted vision.
3. pertaining to an optical system that produces undistorted images.

orthoscopic

(ôr′thə-skŏp′ĭk)
adj.
1. Having normal vision; free from visual distortion.
2. Giving an undistorted image. Used of an optical instrument.
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The BBC Spotlight Special documentary, which airs on BBC1 on February 16, follows teenager David Nesbitt as he is treated for visual stress by Michael Gilsenan (pictured), who runs the only orthoscopics clinic in Northern Ireland.
Bates missed the entire basketball season after a knee injury, then had orthoscopic surgery on March 14 to remove scar tissue.
Plossl and orthoscopic designs are capable of giving sharp images and can compensate, to a degree, for the aberrations (deviations from the "ideal" view) that plague fast scopes.
But Carreon said community college leaders have been aggressively lobbying their leaders--he was in Salem just three days after having orthoscopic surgery.
This welding job shop provides micro welding services to medical device manufacturers including surgical specialty instruments, complex orthoscopic assemblies, micro-mechanical assemblies, thin wall tubring, enclosures and hermetic sealing.
From this we learn that the act of self-representation is always haunted by its own failure, and that that failure--and the often painful struggles of men and women to overcome their "orthoscopic anxiety"--shapes the rise of portraiture.
"Keyhole work can be compared to orthoscopic surgery," says Ching.
Full line of polarizing microscopes cover orthoscopic and conoscopic analysis for chemical microscopy; toxicology and university and industrial laboratories.
The Romanian, who was forced to miss the World Cup finals because of an injury to the same knee, has undergone an orthoscopic op and a decision will be
He said: "Daniel was examined under anaesthetic, and underwent an orthoscopic examination of his knee.
The 35.5-centimeter telescope at TAMU observatory along with a 12-millimeter orthoscopic eyepiece (giving a magnification of 325X) was used in making the map.