LCD

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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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are also expected to launch new rear-projection TVs in the Japanese market this summer.
Microdisplays are being increasingly used in rear-projection TVs to increase voice and image clarity, besides reducing the overall cost.
Full-fledged home theaters, with superior sound and in some cases rear-projection TVs, continue to have a strong following among the limited market segment that can afford them.
digital light processing (DLP) rear-projection TVs, which are sold only in North America, posted positive annual growth in the third quarter as consumers concentrate on value during a painfully slow economic recovery.
In the United States, the company has captured some 50 percent of the market for rear-projection TVs due to strong sales of 50- and 60-inch models it released in August.
The concept store features a roughly 4,000-square-foot mock home with a family room, kitchenette, sports bar, bedroom, bathroom and outdoor/patio -- all appointed with furniture, flat-panel or rear-projection TVs, and audio components, said Paul Ryan, Tweeter's director of prototype development.
Besides LCD-TVs, other TV types comprising the China TV market include cathode-ray tube (CRT) TVs, plasma displays and rear-projection TVs. However, shipments of the older CRT sets are declining.