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STTSchool of Technical Training (Royal Air Force)
STTSpin-Transfer Torque (microelectronics)
STTScience and Technology of Thailand
STTSanction to Test (electrical inspections)
STTStop Tail Turn (tractor trailer lighting)
STTState Street Corporation (stock symbol)
STTSwiss Table Tennis
STTSurface Tension Transfer (welding)
STTSeptic Tank Treatment (home maintenance)
STTSportbike Track Time (Holland, MI)
STTSecurities Transaction Tax (India)
STTSingapore Technologies Telemedia
STTStart and Stop
STTString Type
STTStateless Transport Tunneling (computer networking)
STTSuomen Tietotoimisto (Finnish National News Agency)
STTSpeech to Text (system for hearing impaired)
STTSergeant's Time Training (US Army)
STTSecure Transaction Technology
STTSpouses to Teachers (US DoD)
STTStrategy-To-Task
STTStenographer, Medical (US Navy)
STTStability Transition Team (US Army)
STTSpinothalamic Tract
STTSheridan Travel and Tourism (Sheridan, WY)
STTSumatran Tiger Trust
STTSchirmer Tear Test (ophthalmology)
STTSpacelab Transfer Tunnel (US NASA)
STTSurface Test Tree
STTShort Term Training
STTSoft Tissue Therapy
STTStudent Talking Time (TESOL jargon)
STTSystem Time Table
STTSingle Target Track
STTSpecial Tactics Team
STTSmall Tactical Terminal
STTSatellite Transportable Terminal (communications; US Army)
STTState Transition Table
STTSet-Top Terminal
STTSkid to Turn (missile)
STTSEAL Tactical Training
STTSt. Thomas Hall (University of Scranton)
STTSpace-Time Trellis (coding scheme)
STTSave the Trees (band)
STTShore Targeting Terminal
STTSource to Target (data mapping)
STTShort Term Throughput
STTSpecial Task Team
STTSoft Tissue Trauma
STTSchool of Telecommunications Technology
STTStatement to Task
STTSlave to Target (blog)
STTSt Thomas Island, VI, USA - Cyril E. King Airport (Airport Code)
STTSky Trek Tower (amusement park ride)
STTScaphoid, Trapezium and Trapezoid (wrist bones)
STTScaphotrapezoid-Trapezial (Joint)
STTSystem Test Tool
STTSekolah Tinggi Texmaco (Indonesian high school)
STTStrategy and Training Teams
STTSituational Training Template
STTSerial Thrombin Time
STTSoftware Tips and Tricks (website)
STTSignal Tracking Trainer
STTSchedule Training Time
STTSystem Technical Test
STTSpread To Treasurys
STTStep to Talk (audio transmission)
STTScalar Timing Theory
STTSuccess-To-The-Top Network Routing
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Reference values for intraocular pressure and Schirmer tear test in clinically normal Sanjabi sheep.
The Schirmer tear test (STT) strip has a width of 0.5 cm, which makes it difficult to insert it into the conjunctival sac of birds which have a smaller palpebral fissure (LANGE et al., 2014).
Early diagnosis, when there is still some tear production left in the glands, is crucial and this can be done simply by performing a Schirmer Tear Test.
Your veterinarian likely will start with the Schirmer Tear Test to measure your dog's tear production.
In one study, crescent-shaped excision of loose conjunctival tissue and subconjunctival cauterization reduced dry eye symptoms and signs assessed with OSDI questionnaire, Schirmer tear test, and TBUT test.
A Schirmer tear test will be done to see if your cat is truly producing the appropriate amount of tears.
Neither the Schirmer tear test nor the rose bengal stain score correlates well with symptoms of ocular dryness [65].
Schirmer tear test was employed to measure reflex tear production in affected eye was estimated in mm of wetting on a paper strip (Visioaid (b)) as described by Grahn (2000).
Effect of acepromacine or Xilacine on tear production as measured by Schirmer tear test in normal cats.
(1) After three months, both the Restasis and Viva-Drops groups showed significant improvements compared with the control group with respect to blurred vision, tear film breakup time, Schirmer tear test results, and goblet cell density.
Early diagnosis, when there is still some tear production left in the glands, is crucial and this can be done simply by performing a Schirmer Tear Test. Two little strips of absorbent, sterile paper are painlessly tucked inside the lowerlid and tear production can be measured in a minute.