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Image Area Extraction of Biological Objects from a Thin Section Image by Statistical Texture Analysis

PB-02Universal design of a diamond knife for ultra-thin sectioning

Three‐dimensional reconstruction by scanning electron microscopy from serial epoxy resin semi‐thin sections after ion‐etching

Detection of aluminium by energy dispersive X‐ray microanalysis at high accelerating voltages with semi‐thin sections of biological sample

Quantification of the in situ distribution of soil bacteria by large-scale imaging of thin sections of undisturbed soil

Determination of flow directions by combining AMS and thin-section analyses: implications for Oligocene volcanism in the Kerguelen Archipelago (southern Indian Ocean)

Quantifying immunogold localization on electron microscopic thin sections: a compendium of new approaches for plant cell biologists

The size of consolidation on thin-section computed tomography is a better predictor of survival than the maximum tumour dimension in resectable lung cancer

Accuracy of 16-channel multi-detector row chest computed tomography with thin sections in the detection of metastatic pulmonary nodules

High-voltage, high-resolation electron microscopy study on thin sections of phase change optical disk prepared by anultramicrotome

F-077CLINICAL FEATURES OF MULTIPLE LUNG CANCERS BASED ON THIN-SECTION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY: WHAT ARE THE APPROPRIATE STRATEGIES FOR SECOND LUNG CANCERS?

Lung cancer with scattered consolidation: detection of new independent radiological category of peripheral lung cancer on thin-section computed tomography

Value of thin-section oblique axial T2-weighted magnetic resonance images to assess uterosacral ligament endometriosis

P-184OPTIMAL EVALUATION OF THE SOLID COMPONENT IN PULMONARY TUMOUR WITH GROUND-GLASS OPACITY ON THIN SECTION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY

P-121SOLID PART DIMENSION IS NOT EQUAL TO MAXIMUM TUMOUR DIMENSION AS A PROGNOSTIC IMPACT FOR LUNG CANCER: UNDERESTIMATION OF THE SIZE OF SOLID COMPONENT ON THIN SECTION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY SCAN

F-049PROGNOSTIC SIGNIFICANCE OF CENTRAL INFILTRATION OF INTERSTITIAL PNEUMONIA ON THIN-SECTION COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN LUNG CANCER PATIENTS: A NEW PREOPERATIVE PREDICTOR OF POSTOPERATIVE MORTALITY

 

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[Ge]

Slice of rock, ceramic, or other material mounted on a microscope slide and then ground and polished to a consistent thickness of 0.03 mm so that under a petrological microscope it is possible to identify the minerals using plain or polarized transmitted light and see the basic structure of the material itself. In archaeology petrological examination has been widely used to characterize stone artefacts and ceramic materials which, when comparative raw materials are also available, can lead to the determination of sources.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography — Archaeology.


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