Wood's lamp

Wood's lamp

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  • Wood's lamp — wu̇dz also Wood lamp wu̇d n a lamp for producing ultraviolet radiation in which a filter made of nickel containing glass is used to block all light having a wavelength above 365 nanometers and which is used esp. to detect various skin conditions… …   Medical dictionary

  • Wood's lamp — A Wood s lamp is a diagnostic tool used in dermatology by which ultraviolet light is shone (at a wavelength of approximately 365 nanometers) onto the skin of the patient; a technician then observes any subsequent fluorescence. For example,… …   Wikipedia

  • Wood’s lamp — neregimosios spinduliuotės lempa statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. black light lamp; Wood’s lamp vok. Analysenquarzlampe, f; Schwarzglaslampe, f; Schwarzlichtlampe, f rus. лампа с колбой из черного стекла, f; лампа чёрного света, f;… …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • Wood's light — also Wood light n WOOD S LAMP also ultraviolet radiation produced by a Wood s lamp * * * ultraviolet light filtered through a nickel oxide prism, which causes fluorescence in skin and hair affected by some fungal and bacterial infections and is… …   Medical dictionary

  • Wood's glass — was developed by Robert Williams Wood (1868 ndash;1955) as a light filter used in communications during World War I. His invisible radiation technique worked both in infrared daylight communication and ultraviolet night communications. His glass… …   Wikipedia

  • Lamp and Lampadarii — • There is very little evidence that any strictly liturgical use was made of lamps in the early centuries of Christianity. The fact that many of the services took place at night, and that after the lapse of a generation or two the meetings of the …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Wood filter (glass) lamp light — (wood) [Robert Williams Wood, American physicist, 1868–1955] see under filter, lamp, and light …   Medical dictionary

  • lamp — lampless, adj. /lamp/, n. 1. any of various devices furnishing artificial light, as by electricity or gas. Cf. fluorescent lamp, incandescent lamp. 2. a container for an inflammable liquid, as oil, which is burned at a wick as a means of… …   Universalium

  • lamp — Illuminating device; source of light. SEE ALSO: light. annealing l. an alcohol l. with a soot free flame used in dentistry to drive off the protective NH3 gas coating from the surface of cohesive gold foil. Edridge Green l. a lantern used to …   Medical dictionary

  • Wood lamp — a medium pressure mercury arc lamp containing a nickel oxide filter (Wood filter), used in diagnosis of skin conditions such as erythrasma and fungus infections, as well as for revealing the presence of porphyrins and fluorescent minerals of the… …   Medical dictionary

  • Wood vinegar — Vinegar Vin e*gar, n. [OE. vinegre, F. vinaigre; vin wine (L. vinum) + aigre sour. See {Wine}, and {Eager}, a.] 1. A sour liquid used as a condiment, or as a preservative, and obtained by the spontaneous (acetous) fermentation, or by the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English