haemoscope

Haemoscope

H[ae]m"o*scope\ (? or ?), n. [H[ae]mo- + -scope.] (Physiol.) An instrument devised by Hermann, for regulating and measuring the thickness of a layer of blood for spectroscopic examination.
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