Darkfield Microscopy for the Detection and Identification of Treponema Pallidum, Pages 21-22
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1962 - Medical microscopy - 13 pages
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Abbe condenser abraded air bubbles antitreponemal aspirate Borrelia-like brightfield or Abbe built-in light source cardioid cleansed Collection and Submission Communicable Disease Center cover slip darkfield condenser darkfield examination darkfield microscopy diagnosis of syphilis diaphragm lens Disease Research Laboratory equipped external light source exudate fixed stage fluid between glass focusing funnel stop genital lesion glass slide high numerical aperture hypodermic needle IDENTIFICATION OF TREPONEMA Insert a funnel iris diaphragm lesion will contain light source attached lowered by rotating Macular lesions mirror motility objective lens objective turret oil immersion lens oil immersion objective oral and genital paraboloid condenser phimosis physiological saline pipette Principles of Darkfield Public Health Service rays red blood cell regional lymph node rotating the top saprophytic serum slide and cover slide of proper spiral organism exhibiting Submission of Specimens substage suspected lesion suspected organ Trepo Treponema microdentium Treponema pallidum treponemes turret is rotated underside Venereal Disease Research