Definition of Epidiascope

1. Noun. An optical projector that gives images of both transparent and opaque objects.

Generic synonyms: Projector



Definition of Epidiascope

1. Noun. A machine that projects images onto a screen. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Epidiascope

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Medical Definition of Epidiascope

1. A projector by which images are reflected by a mirror through a lens, or lenses, onto a screen, using reflected light for opaque objects and transmitted light for translucent or transparent ones. Synonym: overhead projector. Origin: epi-+ G. Dia, through, + skopeo, to view (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epidiascope

epidermoid inclusion cyst
epidermolysis
epidermolysis bullosa
epidermolysis bullosa acquisita
epidermolysis bullosa dystrophica
epidermolysis bullosa lethalis
epidermolysis bullosa simplex
epidermophyton
epidermose
epidermosis
epidermotropism
epiderms
epidialysis
epidiascope (current term)
epidiascopes
epidictic
epidictical
epididymectomy
epididymides
epididymite
epididymitides
epididymitis
epididymitises
epididymo-orchitis
epididymoplasty
epididymotomy

Literary usage of Epidiascope

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1. The British Gynaecological Journal by British Gynaecological Society (1904)
"Dr. MACNAUGHTON-JONES exhibited with the epidiascope sections of AN ISOLATED DUCT CANCER IN AN AXILLARY GLAND. and read a final report furnished by Dr. ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"To THE EDITOR OF SCIENCE: With reference to Professor T odd's query in the last issue of SCIENCE, ' Who saw the epidiascope at St Louis? ..."

3. Medico-Chirurgical Transactions by Royal Medical and Chirurgical Society of London (1907)
"Demonstrations— (By epidiascope and Microscope) of the Bodies described by him in ... (epidiascope and Microscope); by ALEX. MACLENNAN, MB, CM, Surgeon to ..."

4. German Educational Exhibition: World's Fair, St. Louis, 1904. Scientific by Prussia (Germany) (1904)
"epidiascope (Fig. 13). An apparatus for the projection of objects lying ... The epidiascope is distinguished mainly by the following advantageous features: ..."

5. The Course of Study: A Monthly Publication for Teachers and Parents by Chicago Institute, Academic and Pedagogic (1900)
"The other reproduction is from a photograph, not of the object itself, but of the projection of the object upon a screen by means of the epidiascope. ..."

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