transpupillary thermotherapy

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transpupillary thermotherapy

, transpupillary thermal therapy,

TTT

The use of an infrared laser to elevate the temperature of the retinal pigment epithelium to treat retinal diseases such as melanomas of the choroid, retinoblastoma, or the wet form of macular degeneration.
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A group after action review (AAR) facilitated by TCC cadre is the closing event for the TTT.
I have received hundreds of letters from TTT recipients expressing their appreciation.
Each point in the TTT diagrams is the average of a minimum of three measurements.
Plotting the cooling rate at the highest feeding modulus against three TTT curves for the high aluminum and nitrogen levels showed the temperature vs.
The reason for the reduction in the number of tasks was to ensure that a significant proportion of the items that the participants viewed would involve graphics and tables, thereby providing a basis for evaluating the audio-tactile features of TTT during the study.
As the General Manager -- Bahrain, Sylvie is now responsible for managing Alasmar TTT operations in Bahrain and in the Middle East.
We at Al Asmar TTT give extra attention to each and every point when preparing our packages.
Knitsley: Buzzers, Blobs, TTT, Zonkers, Bloodworm, Damsel Nymph, Black Fritz, White Fritz.
Conduct TTT to TRADOC schools in order for the schools to incorporate CA into their institutional training;
The antitag sequence (bold) corresponding to microbead 37 was placed 5' to the allele-specific primer for SMN1 exon 7 (5' CTT TTC ATC TTT TCA TCT TTC AAT GCT ATT TTT TTT AAC TTC CTT TAT TTT CCT TAC AGG GTT TC 3').
A sampling of topics: the effect of compression on the mechanical properties of wood material, carbon nanotubes as ceramic matrix reinforcements, changes of the subsurface structure of materials developed during sliding friction, virtual TTT diagrams generated by multi-linear regression analysis, and high performance microcoulometry.
Since 2002, TTT has awarded 150 grants to higher education institutions, state educational agencies (SEAs), local educational agencies (LEAs), and nonprofit organizations to develop, implement, and evaluate innovative strategies in the recruitment, selection, preparation, and support of highly qualified teachers in high-need districts and schools.