All of the cheekbones, nose and eye pieces have gone.
What does EP stand for?
EP stands for Eye Piece (optics, astronomy)
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We have 85 other meanings of EP in our Acronym Attic
- Extended Play (record)
- Extended Protocol
- External Publication
- Externally Powered
- Externship Prep
- Extra Player (extra batter in slow pitch softball)
- Extraction Procedure (toxicity)
- Extramural Programs (National Library of Medicine bureau)
- Extreme Power (retreat for churches in MN)
- Extreme Pressure
- Predictive Orbital Element
- Training Effectiveness Evaluation Plan
- Electro-Physiology Laboratory
- Extraction Procedure Toxicity Test
- Engineering, Procurement and Construction
- Emergency Preparedness And Management
- Ellesmere Port & Neston Borough Council
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Directorate (FEMA, Department of Homeland Security)
- ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Project Corporate Network
- ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) Project Digital Terminal Access
Samples in periodicals archive:
After explaining the test to your patient and setting them up on the slit lamp you should: * Place the illumination system in line with eye pieces of the slit lamp * Direct the focused slit beam onto the pupil and alter to 1-2mm in width, with a height corresponding to the vertical height of the dilated pupil and a low to medium intensity brightness * Set the magnification to 10x * Introduce the volk lens approximately 6-7mm in front of the patient's eye (these can usually be used either way around but some clinicians suggest orientating the lens so that the V of 'volk' is pointing towards the patient) * Using the joystick, slowly pull back until the surface 'scratches' of the lens comes into view.
The assistant then switched on the X-rays and you looked down two eye pieces to view the child's feet inside the shoes on a fluorescent screen.
gt;> [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] In 2002 Simrad began developing the LP10 Target Locator, which, according to Roar Langen, << Has an embedded computer, and on your left eye piece it has a thermal imager and on your right it has the eye piece that you actually see through.
Stereo microscopes have two eye pieces that receive a slightly different image, thus forming a 3-D image.
It can be employed at night by adding a night-vision scope to the eye piece.