stroboscopic microscope

stro·bo·scop·ic mi·cro·scope

a microscope that has a light source that flashes at a constant rate so that an analysis of the motility of an object may be made; it may be used for high speed or low speed (time-lapse) cinephotomicrography.
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stro·bo·scop·ic mi·cro·scope

(strō'bō-skop'ik mī'krŏ-skōp)
A microscope that has a light source that flashes at a constant rate so that an analysis of the motility of an object may be made; it may be used for high-speed or low-speed (time-lapse) cinephotomicrography.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012