CTLm


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AcronymDefinition
CTLMCentre Touristique de la Laine et de la Mode (French: Wool and Fashion Tourist Center; Belgium)
CTLMCaring to Love Ministries (Baton Rouge, LA)
CTLMCharge-Transfer Ligand-to-Metal (catalysis)
CTLMComputed Tomography Laser Mammography (diagnostic technology)
CTLMChaudronnerie Tuyauterie Levage Montage (French boilermaking company)
CTLmCytotoxic T Lymphocytes
CTLMCoffrage Technique Levage Manutention (French engineering firm)
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They played a vital role in leading the implementation of CTLM practices, strategies and philosophies in their schools.
Under the terms of the exclusive agreement, ID-Matrix should order no less than 15 CTLM systems within the first year of the contract together with a 50% deposit with each order to remain as the company's exclusive distributor.
The CTLM system uses the high-speed optical pulses from the laser to create contiguous, cross-sectional images based upon the scattering and absorption properties of the breast tissue.
Selling a CTLM system in this important emerging market will only further accelerate our goal of it becoming a commonly used method for breast imaging throughout this area.
The purchase order was executed through Kepter Internacional, the exclusive agent for Imaging Diagnostic Systems, authorised to promote, distribute and service the CTLM systems across Mexico.
This agreement requires ID-Matrix to order a minimum of 15 CTLM systems within the first year of the contract along with a 50% deposit with each order to remain as the company's exclusive distributor.
Deborah O'Brien, IDSI's senior vice president, said that the company is pleased to have representation in Brazil, and to have the opportunity to introduce CTLM technology to the market.
PreMarket Approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its CTLM system to be used as an adjunct to mammography.
The company is seeking PreMarket Approval from the Food and Drug Administration for its CTLM system to be used as an adjunct to mammography to aid in the detection of breast abnormalities.
The CTLM system utilizes state-of-the-art laser technology and patented algorithms to create 3-D images of the breast.
The fluorescence CTLM scanner will use this effect to localize the cancerous tissue.
It was conceived by Emily Heins and Sharon Jones, two of IDSI's Clinical Applications Specialists, whose primary function is to evaluate, operate and train future clinical applications specialists in the field who are new to the CTLM system.