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corneal dystrophy, lattice type 1

An autosomal dominant (OMIM:122200) form of corneal dystrophy characterised by wispy, greyish, cotton-like threads limited to a zone between the centre of the cornea and the periphery, with slowly progressive loss of vision by the fifth or sixth decade of life.

Molecular pathology
Has been linked to defects of TGFBI, which encodes an RGD protein that binds to type I, II and IV collagens and plays a role in cell–collagen interactions.
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LCD

Liquid crystal display Computers A flat panel display used for laptops, PDAs/handhelds, etc. See Laptop computer.
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LCD

Abbreviation for local coverage determination.
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Dr Rao said blue light causes the most damage to the eyes and anti-glare screens help cut down the damage.
To reduce your risk, use appropriate prescription glasses or contacts, avoid screen glare (you can buy anti-glare screens for your monitor) and make sure the screen is 2ft from your eyes and 15-20 degrees below eye level.
Anti-glare screens may also be used for this purpose.
Much of these costs are eliminated by the new anti-glare screens, which use a 20m range, hand-held control that works using radio frequency.
Ergonomic work stations include platforms for laptops that raise the screen and tilt the keyboard, wireless keyboards, keyboard drawers, anti-glare screens, gel-filled wrist rests and countless other accessories.
Tips: Overhead baffles for light fixtures and anti-glare screens can diminish glare; adjustable window coverings help control sunlight.
Anti-glare screens can be purchased to reduce glare on monitors.
Don't fall the ads for anti-glare screens that claim to block "radiation." Though these costly devices can look low-frequency electric fields, a Macworld study found that they don't block the magnetic fields, which worry scientists most.