Darkfield Live Blood Showing Poikilocytes (Deformed RBCs), Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective   Darkfield Live Blood Showing a White Blood Cell on the Move (Center),
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Showing Poikilocytes
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Showing Poikilocytes
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 40x Objective
             
     
Darkfield Live Blood Showing an Eosinophil (WBC)
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing Normal and Deformed RBCs
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Showing a Crystal and a Neutrophil
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Showing a Crystal and a Neutrophil
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
             
     
Darkfield Live Blood Showing Poikilocytes and Spicules (Fibrin). Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective   Darkfield Live Blood Showing a Plaque
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Showing a Plaque
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Showing a Normal RBCs
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
             
     
Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing a Rouleau Formation of the RBCs
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing an Artifact
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing an Artifact
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing a Colloid Symplast
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
             
     
Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing Echinocytes and Sludge Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective   Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing a Rouleau Formation of the RBCs
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 100x Objective
  Darkfield Live Blood Sample Showing a Symplast
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 50x Objective
 

Darkfield Live Blood Sample
Showing Target Cells, Macrocytes, and Echinocytes
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 50x Objective

             
       

Darkfield Live Blood Sample
Target Cells and Protein Linkages
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 50x Objective

 

Darkfield Live Blood Sample Target Cells and Protein Linkages Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 50x Objective

 

Darkfield Live Blood Sample
Showing Target Cells, Macrocytes, and Echinocytes
Photo Taken Through Trinocular Port using 50x Objective

   
Darkfield microscopy imaging techniques provide a method to view features in blood not normally shown with phase contrast and brightfield illumination. This method illuminates the specimen from the side, not from behind, so the background is black. Minute features of the blood are shown in a glowing light as it reflects off their surfaces.

In live blood cell analysis, darkfield microscopy is best used to understand and view the cause of improper nutrition and problems in the body. Some evaluations are done solely using phase contrast or even using only brightfield, but they are missing a whole spectrum of enlightning information that can only be viewed in true darkfield.
 


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