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CRT

Abbreviation for cathode ray tube; Certified Respiratory Therapist.

CRT

1 abbreviation for cadaveric renal transplant.
2 abbreviation for cathode ray tube.
3 abbreviation for certified respiratory therapist.

CRT

Abbreviation for:
cadaveric renal transplantation
calretinin
capillary refill time
cardiac resuscitation team
cardiac resynchronisation therapy
cathode ray tube (Medspeak-UK)
central reaction time
Certified Respiratory Therapist
chemoradiotherapy
circuit resistance training
Community Rehabilitation Team (Medspeak-UK)
conformal radiation therapy
conventional radiotherapy
copper reduction test
cranial radiation therapy
crista terminalis

CRT

Abbreviation for cathode ray tube; certified respiratory therapist; circuit resistance training.

CRT,

n the abbreviation for cathode-ray tube.

CRT

capillary refill time.
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