The findings include linear deposition of IgG, IgA, C3 and granular deposition of IgM along basement membrane zone.6 One interesting observation in their article was presence of focal epidermal changes in 60% cases of patients with positive DIF findings.6 This limits the usefulness of DIF in diagnosis of tumid
LE as positive DIF is expected in patients with focal epidermal changes and these changes, when present, themselves are sufficient to differentiate tumid
LE from other 'five L's'.
Dorsal part of dorsal connective slightly tumid
subapically, not bifurcated 3
35 [male] gonocoxite with 2 subequal pointed distal processes, the outer one with at most a small tumid
dorsodistal projection; mystax well developed, extending to antennal sockets; scutellum with many apical setae that usually extend weakly onto the disc (central area usually asetose) Connomyia Londt, 1992 (20 spp., Londt 1993)
Mesoscutum and scutellum strongly tumid
, largely reddish with tip of scutellum whitish; both punctuate, scutellum more coarsely so and transversely rugose.
2 and 3), very tumid
. Dorsal and ventral margins convex.
Sure enough, it was an attack on those who voted for Ralph Nader, tumid
with a full-inventory parade of every cliche from the past forty years about the folly of radical hopes.
Their emaciated bodies, their shrunken legs, and tumid
ancles, are the well known characteristics of that morbid state of system....
in front of suture, especially at middle; eastern and southern Mexico, Guatemala D.
It is here transferred to the tribe Austromirini on the basis of the tumid
peritreme of the metathoracic glands (Cassis, 2008; Cassis and Wall, 2010).
Valves asymmetric, dorsiventral, dorsal margin convex, ventral margin concave or straight, slightly tumid
at the centre.
Pachycerina Macquart, 1835 is an attractive genus of small (ca 3-4.5 mm), yellow-brown lauxaniid flies notable for the strongly tumid
prefrons (face), black or brown prefrontal (facial) spots, elongated postpedicels (3rd antennal segments) and incurved anterior fronto-orbital bristles (Figs 1-3).
DESCRIPTION: Body oval, comparatively tumid
, with uniformly distributed, silvery, flattened, reclining setae mixed with simple, semierect setae; basic coloration castaneous; dorsal surface weakly shining, with pale, simple, semierect setae.