Laboratory Microscopes Resources

Laboratory Microscopes

  • What School Laboratory Microscope is Right for Students?
    All educational institutions should make it a point to equip their laboratories with the right type of microscope to make sure they educate students according to their level. Enriching a student’s understanding about the world and its components are made possible through microscopes. read more...

  • The Many Opportunities Created by Research Microscopy
    Research microscopy is a method of investigation that primarily employs the use of a microscope in order to accomplish a particular task or fuel a discovery at hand. There are many fields and disciplines that research microscopy can be applied into. Know all of them through the article below. read more...

  • Monocular versus Binocular Laboratory Microscopy: Which One will win?
    There are different types of microscopes available in the market today. The two most common types would be the monocular microscope and the binocular laboratory microscope. If given the choice, which one should you choose? read more...

  • How to Spot a Good Home Laboratory Microscope
    There are a lot of home microscope users in America today. And as expected, microscope manufacturers are tapping into that particular market. Get to know whether a certain home laboratory microscope is the best option for you through the article below. read more...

  • How to Buy Microscopes for Diagnosing Diseases
    Microscopes are primarily used for research in the broad field of medical science. And most of the researches conducted in this particular discipline are about diseases and its mechanisms. But before buying microscopes for this purpose, there are certain things you should know. Know more about them in the article below. read more...

  • Peptic Ulcer Disease
    Peptic ulcers are focal defects in the gastric or duodenal mucosa which extend into the submucosa or deeper, as seen under laboratory microscopes. They may be acute or chronic, and ultimately are caused by an imbalance beŽtween the action of peptic acid and mucosal defenses. Peptic ulcer remains a common outpatient diagnosis, but the number read more...

  • Barrett’s Esophagus
    The condition whereby the tubular esophagus is lined with columnar epithelium rather than squamous epithelium was first described by Norman Barrett in 1950. He incorrectly believed it to be congenital in origin. It is now realized that it is an acquired abnormality, occurs in 7 to 10% of patients with GERD, and represents the end read more...

  • Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
    Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a common disease that accounts for approximately 75% of esophageal pathology when tissues are examined under laboratory microscopes. Despite its high prevalence, it can be one of the most challenging diagnostic and therapeutic problems in benign esophageal disease. A contributŽing factor to this is the lack of a universally accepted read more...

  • Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome
    The Zollinger-Ellison syndrome (ZES) is caused by the uncontrolled secretion of abnormal amounts of gastrin by a pancreatic or duoŽdenal neuroendocrine tumor (i.e., gastrinoma), as seen under laboratory microscopes. Most cases (80%) are sporadic, but 20% are inherited. The inherited or familial form of gastrinoma is associated with multiple endocrine neoplasia type I (MEN I), read more...

  • Gastritis And Stress Ulcer
    Pathogenesis and Prevention
    Gastritis is a mucosal inflammation of the membrane lining of the stomach. It may result in an uncomfortable feeling in the stomach, distention of the abdomen, headache, nausea, coated tongue, and a bad taste in the mouth. In severe cases, all these symptoms will be worse, and there will be upper abdominal pain,read more...

  • Laboratory Tools
    The Electron Microscope
    The study of cells using the compound microscope in a little over 100 years contributed immensely in the development of modern science. The compound microscope uses the nature of light in such a way that it is not possible to get a clear image when the magnification of the object for study read more...

  • Laboratory Microscopes - General Microscopes That Is Being Used In Laboratories and Test
    Laboratory microscopes can be upright or inverted in design, and are usually designed large, sturdy and modular so they can withstand the wear and tear of the laboratory and handle a variety of samples. Designed for demanding applications, these full featured microscopes have binocular and trinocular heads, mechanical stages, and variable halogen lighting. Several have read more...

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