When you observe the presence of Tyndall in an inflamed eye:

Does each of the small floating dots correspond to an individual cell or to an aggregate of cells?

Does a conventional slit lamp have enough magnification to see individual cells?

Perhaps even if it is not possible to see individual cells, it is possible to see the diffraction they induce in the incident light?

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