Confocal microscopy is an optical imaging technique that scans a focused point of light around a sample to reconstruct an image in a point-by-point manner. A pinhole is used in the detection path to reject out-of-focus light and increase resolution and contrast compared to wide field illumination. The technique is particularly useful for three-dimensional imaging.
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