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Microscopy is a vital and ubiquitous healthcare tool in modern hospitals and clinics for initial disease screening as well as for in-depth analysis of patient blood samples. However, many developing countries lack access to clinical-quality microscopes necessary for even the most basic evaluations. This scarcity of equipment is exacerbated by the lack of qualified medical personnel, especially in rural areas, to provide diagnoses and treatment based on the microscopy data.
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