CLM

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AcronymDefinition
CLMCastilla-La Mancha (Spain)
CLMCute Little Monster
CLMCommerce, Law and Management (University of the Witwatersrand; South Africa)
CLMContre la Montre (French: Against the Watch; cycling)
CLMColorectal Liver Metastases (disease)
CLMClaim
CLMClaremont (Amtrak station code; Claremont, CA)
CLMCutaneous Larva Migrans (skin disease)
CLMChristian Life Ministries (various locations)
CLMConditional Logit Model
CLMContract Lifecycle Management (SAP)
CLMCloud Lifecycle Management (BMC Software)
CLMCertified Lay Minister (United Methodist Church)
CLMConcordia Lutheran Ministries (Pennsylvania)
CLMCalm (meteorology)
CLMCitrus Leaf Miner (larvae)
CLMCertified Lean Master (supply chain management)
CLMCustomer Lifecycle Management (marketing to customers based on their expected long-term value)
CLMClient Lifecycle Management
CLMCertificate Lifecycle Manager
CLMCommon Lisp Music
CLMContract Lifecycle Management
CLMCirrus Logic Modem
CLMCommon License Manager
CLMCouncil of Logistics Management
CLMCareer Limiting Move
CLMClosed Loop Marketing
CLMCar Location Message (railway shipping software)
CLMChina Love Match (dating site; Hong Kong)
CLMContent Lifecycle Management
CLMCollege-Level Mathematics
CLMCertified Legal Manager (servicemark of Association of Legal Administrators)
CLMCouncil on Litigation Management (New York, NY)
CLMCongés de Longue Maladie (French: Extended Sick Leave)
CLMCegedim Logiciels Médicaux (French medical software company)
CLMConservation of Linear Momentum (physics)
CLMCareer and Life Management (course; Cole Harbour District High School; Canada)
CLMCommon Law Marriage
CLMCertified Lodging Manager (AH&LA Educational Institute)
CLMCisco License Manager
CLMContinuous Learning Module
CLMChristian Life Movement
CLMChannel Length Modulation
CLMCourir le Monde (French: Running the World; marathon)
CLMCompetent Learner Model (teaching program)
CLMCompagnie Lilloise de Moteurs (French: Lille Motor Company; Lille, France)
CLMCommercial Lines Manual
CLMComputer Lab Management (University of California, Davis)
CLMCar Location Message (railroad car)
CLMCandidatus Linguae Mercantilis (Danish academic title)
CLMCitrus/Levy/Marion (Florida counties)
CLMCommand, Leadership and Management
CLMCommunity Leisure Management (New Zealand)
CLMCoastal Luxury Management (Canada)
CLMCentre de Loisirs Maternels (French: Maternal Leisure Center)
CLMClock Module
CLMConstrained Local Minima
CLMConnectionless Multicast (wireless communication)
CLMCare Logic Module (NASA)
CLMCongregational Life Ministries (Church of the Brethren)
CLMComme un Lundi Matin (French: As a Monday Morning; web magazine)
CLMCargo Liberation Movement
CLMCase Load Manager
CLMConstruction Loan Manager
CLMCommunications Link Monitor
CLMCompact Lisp Machine
CLMCase Line Manager
CLMCadena Liviana de Miosina (Spanish)
CLMCorporate Logical Model (Sprint)
CLMCentre des Langues et du Multimédia (French: Center for Languages and Multimedia; Blaise Pascal University)
CLMChief Line Manager
CLMCoated Launch Motor (solid rocket motor design)
CLMCustomer Lead Management
CLMConcise Learning Method (education)
CLMCrate Logistics Manager (Basell Polyolefins UK LTD)
CLMCalled and Left Message
CLMPort Angeles, WA, USA - William Fairchild International Airport (Airport Code)
CLMCommand Lesson Manager (US Army)
CLMCyber Lady Ministries
References in periodicals archive ?
Colorectal liver metastases (CRLM) can present as synchronous metastases in 15% to 25% of patients and metachronous metastases in 25% to 30%.2 Currently, patients with CRLM can undergo surgical resection if the tumor meets criteria.
FRIDAY, May 18, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- For patients undergoing resection of colorectal liver metastases (CRLM), the presence of the V600E BRAF mutation is associated with worse prognosis, according to a study published online May 16 in JAMA Surgery.
There is no difference in survival rates after resection of colorectal liver metastases by laparoscopic or open surgery (11).
Sinusoidal obstructive syndrome diagnosed with superparamagnetic iron oxide-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging in patients with chemotherapy-treated colorectal liver metastases. J Clin Oncol 2008; 26:4304-4310.
Prognostic impact of adjuvant chemotherapy after hepatic resection for synchronous and early metachronous colorectal liver metastases. Dig Surg 2017 (epub 19 August 2017).
Colorectal liver metastases (CLM) are one of the most common indications for hepatic surgery worldwide.
Liver resection is the only potential curative therapeutic option for colorectal liver metastases (CRLM), and overall survival at 5 years has been reported to be between 20 and 58%, depending on clinicopathological features and patient selection [3, 4].
Choti, "Expanding criteria for resectability of colorectal liver metastases," The Oncologist, vol.
Cochrane data on colorectal liver metastases published in 2008 shows that 50% of patients develop colorectal metastases mostly in the liver.
Role of associating liver partition and portal vein ligation for staged hepatectomy in colorectal liver metastases: a review.
Towards a pan-European consensus on the treatment of patients with colorectal liver metastases. Eur J Cancer 2006;42:2212-21.
Non-resectable colorectal liver metastases (CLMs) are generally considered an absolute contraindication for liver transplantation, because of poor outcomes reported during the 1990s.