Ergonomic System Microscopes for Complex Clinical Applications Leica DM2000 & DM2000 LED

Ergonomic System Microscopes for Complex Clinical Applications Leica DM2000 & DM2000 LED

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Staining is crucial to revealing details in the specimens.

H&E Staining in Microscopy

If we consider the role of microscopy in pathologists’ daily routines, we often think of the diagnosis. While microscopes indeed play a crucial role at this stage of the pathology lab workflow, they…
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia

How to Benefit from Digital Cytopathology

If you have thought of digital cytopathology as characterized by the digitization of glass slides, this webinar with Dr. Alessandro Caputo from the University Hospital of Salerno, Italy will broaden…
Laboratory

Factors for Selecting Clinical Microscopes

If you are considering the purchase of new clinical microscopes for yourself or your team, you will think about many options, vendors, and microscope models. Here are some tips to help you come to the…
H&E stained specimen, 20x magnification

The Time to Diagnosis is Crucial in Clinical Pathology

Abnormalities in tissues and fluids - that’s what pathologists are looking for when they examine specimens under the microscope. What they see and deduce from their findings is highly influential, as…

Fields of Application

Forensic Science

As a forensic scientist, your microscopes and imaging equipment must provide precision, quality, accuracy, and reproducibility of results to ensure success when examining evidence. Leica Microsystems…

Clinical Pathology

Learn how ergonomic microscopes from Leica Microsystems support accurate and timely diagnosis in clinical pathology.

Microscopy in Pathology

Analysis of specimens for pathology sometimes requires long hours working with a microscope. The result for the user may be physical discomfort and strain that can lead to reduced efficiency and the…

Anatomic Pathology

Learn how ergonomic microscopes from Leica Microsystems support efficient and accurate diagnosis in anatomic pathology.

DIC Microscopes

A DIC microscope is a widefield microscopy which has a polarization filter and Wollaston prism between the light source and condenser lens and also between the objective lens and camera sensor or…

Phase Contrast Light Microscopes

A phase contrast light microscope offers a way to view the structures of many types of biological specimens in greater contrast without the need of stains.

Darkfield Microscopes

The darkfield contrast method exploits diffraction or scattering of light from structures of a biological specimen or non-uniform features of a material sample.
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