If the fine, cylindroid filaments are seen they may then be examined with a power of 200 or 250 diameters.
The name “cylindroid” has been given to two different surfaces.
Again, that wrenches of arbitrary amounts about two given screws compound into a wrench the locus of whose axis is a cylindroid.
cylindroid cyl·in·droid (sĭl'ən-droid')
A cylindrical surface or solid all of whose sections perpendicular to the elements are elliptical.
A mucous thread with pointed or split ends, observed microscopically in the urine, and resembling a urinary cast.