DLE


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DLE

(character)
Data Link Escape, the mnemonic for ASCII 16.
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Histology of DLE may reveal hyperkeratosis, a thin epidermis with effacement of the rete ridges, a lichenoid and vacuolar interface dermatitis, and follicular plugging.
Development of the DLE projector draws on past experience in developing digital projection systems for both military and commercial applications.
3 Although HIV infection is often associated with several rheumatic diseases, the coexistence with DLE is extremely uncommon.
Currently, there are few studies looking specifically at DLE in children, and based on the studies that have been done, there appear to be several important differences between the adult and pediatric populations.
We want to close the gap between DLE and non-DLE turbines, so that, at some point in the future, there will be no such thing as a non-DLE engine because DLE will perform just as well in terms of economics, efficiency, and reliability.
No grupo com DLE verificou-se uma porcentagem de alteracao estatisticamente significante (p<0,05) na AVD (tabela 1), com rebaixamento do limiar visual mais de duas linhas da escala de Snellen abaixo do limiar na AVE.
A 31-year-old Hispanic woman with biopsy-proven DLE of 10-year duration presented with dyspnea and pleuritic chest pain that had been continuous for 1 month.
What makes DLEs different is that the debris forms two distinct layers - a large outer layer with a smaller inner layer sitting on top.
With DLE, the laser directly ablates the digital image into the plate material, creating a fully-formed 3D plate in one process step.
DLE is a dermatosis that is localized in 80% of patients and occurs mainly on sun-exposed areas of the skin, such as the scalp, face, and ears.
Thornton (2001a) showed that (i) Hamilton's estimates of the DLE were the consequence of a few extreme observations and (ii) there was no evidence of a DLE using Hamilton's model and methodology for his sample period and for sample periods before or after that period.