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technetium

 [tek-ne´she-um]
a chemical element, atomic number 43, atomic weight 99, symbol Tc. (See Appendix 6.)
technetium 99m the most frequently used radioisotope in nuclear medicine, a gamma emitter having a half-life of 6.01 hours.

Tc

Abbreviation for T cytotoxic cells , under cell.

Tc

Symbol for technetium.

TC

Abbreviation for:
T cell
T cytotoxic
tacrolimus
talocalcaneal
target cell
target concentration
tarsocrural
taurocholate
technetium
technology centre
telephone counselling
temperature control
temporal cortex
teratocarcinoma
terminal cancer
tertiary care, see there
test-cross testicular cancer
tetracycline
tetrahedral complex
theca cell
therapeutic community
thermocouple
thigh circumference
thoracic circumference
throat culture
thymocyte
thyrocalcitonin
thyroid cancer
thyroid carcinoma
tissue culture
tobacco control
tongue carcinoma
tonic clonic
tonic contraction
total calcium
total cholesterol
total colectomy
total coliform
total communication 
Town Council 
transcobalamin
transcription complex
transhepatic cholangiography
transitional carcinoma
transplant centre
transverse colon
transitional care, see there 
trauma centre
treatment centre, see there 
trichilemmal cysts
triglycerides, cholesterol
triradiate cartilage
trophoblast cell
true conjugate
tubular carcinoma
tubulin-colchicine complex
tumour cell
tumour cytogenetics
tumoural calcinosis
type and crossmatch 
typical carcinoid
typing cells

Tc

Symbol for technetium.

Tc

Abbreviation for T-cytotoxic cells.
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