entrance skin exposure

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entrance skin exposure

Abbreviation: ESE
The dose of radiation to which the surface of the body is exposed during a radiographic procedure.
See also: exposure
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As an example of synergistic interactions in a molecular network, we found that ESE alone has no effect on that network, while KJ deregulated 11 genes with predictable inhibitory effect on infection, while APE regulated only 5 genes, which are activated in encephalitis.
There are two ways the ESE can raise its stake in MCDR, explained Fathi.
The capability of the swing clamps, cylinders, and accessory valves to be manifold mounted allowed ESE to design internally ported hydraulic passages into their fixtures," Campbell said.
To machine manufacturers, the ESE Standard is marketed as a means of gaining: espresso pod market revitalization; benefits of ESE trademark awareness; added value; and free licensing of trademark and patents.
Running concurrently with ESE in Hall 12 is Seafood Processing Europe, which focuses on the seafood processing industry - from finishing the raw product to distribution.
The multifunctional ESE operates on a centralized CSS concept, providing all classes of supply, food service, distribution, and tactical field maintenance to the engineer battalion and to itself.
During ESE itself, the finalists' products will be tasted and evaluated on a number of criteria, including taste, originality, market potential, packaging, convenience and nutrition.
ESE offers a unified environment for modeling, software prototyping and implementation, and raises the level of design abstraction above the register transfer level (RTL) for general-purpose ESL implementation.
Online and mail order retailer ESE Direct is championing UK manufactured goods, with over 70 percent of products now made in the UK.
com)-- ESE, a security systems integrator based in Saudi Arabia has been awarded a contract for the installation of the Sonardyne Sentinel Intruder Detection Sonar (IDS) for the protection of an undisclosed key energy asset.