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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.

LCD

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

LCD

Abbreviation for local coverage determination.
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Recent years have witnessed an increasing amount of research works focusing on the stochastic analysis of airfoil LCO. Expansion technique has been widely used to propose solution approaches on this topic.
The system of Bills and Acts, which replaces LCOs, will come into force in the Assembly's fourth term.
The PicoPix line uses field sequential SVGA LCOS microdisplays, supplied by Syndiant.
"If you think of the amount of hours spent on the machinery of LCOs...
Capitalising on Canon's Liquid Crystal on Silicon (LCOS) technology to produce bright, vivid and highly-detailed images, the XEED SX7 Mark II succeeds the popular XEED SX7, and features an ultra-bright 4000 lumens output, with high SXGA+ resolution and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
Worldwide Computer Products News-26 March 2010-OmniVision acquires LCoS company Aurora Systems(C)1995-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
"These three new Canon LCD Multimedia Projectors incorporate several of the same outstanding user-friendly features as Canon's exceptional REALiS LCOS Multimedia Projectors," stated Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group at Canon U.S.A.
This projector uses Canon's own LCoS (liquid crystal on silicon) chip, a recently developed technology intended to produce higher resolution and more richly colored images than either of the major chip manufacturers, DLP or 3LCD.
Typical applications include connecting broadband/cable set-top boxes, digital video recorders, DVD players, HD-DVD and bluray players and various display devices that include plasma screens, digital light projection (DLP) projectors, liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) and liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) or digital image light amplification (D-ILA) devices.