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TLDTop-Level Domain (Internet)
TLDTroy Lee Designs (racing merchandise retailer; Corona, CA)
TLDThe Living Dead
TLDTop Level Domain
TLDTemporary Link Devaluation
TLDTag Library Descriptor
TLDTag Library Descriptor (Java Server Pages and custom tag libraries)
TLDThermoluminescent Dosimeter
TLDTypical Language Development
TLDThird-Level Domain
TLDThe Living Daylights (James Bond Movie)
TLDThermoluminescent Dosimetry
TLDThe Last Dance (band)
TLDTramigo Landmark Data (Finland)
TLDThermoluminescent Detector
TLDTop Level Design
TLDTous les Drivers (French: All Drivers)
TLDThe Last Don
TLDTeacher Licensure Degree (Jones International University; Colorado)
TLDTop Level Demonstration
TLDTest of Language Development (PRO-ED)
TLDThird-Location Decompression (National Defence and Canadian Forces)
TLDTechnical Logistics Data
TLDThermal Luminosity Device
TLDTraffic Loading Device
TLDTime Lag Discrimination
TLDTape Library Device (robotic backup tape libraries)
TLDTerm Loan D
TLDTransport and Logistics Data Set
TLDTownside, Longside, Downside (East Belfast Scouts, UK)
TLDTwin Lamb Disease (metabolic condition)
TLDTarget Location and Designation
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In this study, we aimed to use the treatment planning system (TPS) calculation, thermoluminescent dosimeter (TLD) measurement, and Monte Carlo (MC) simulation to evaluate the characteristics of dosimetric distribution of the novel radioactive stents of different lengths — with different number as well as activities of [sup]125 I seeds –– and to provide a theoretical basis for dosimetry for the clinical application.
A thermoluminescent dosimeter might look very similar to a film badge personnel dosimeter, but it operates completely differently.
Hernandes, "Undoped and calcium doped borate glass system for thermoluminescent dosimeter," Journal of Non-Crystalline Solids, vol.
The availability of a wide range of dosimeters such as radiation dosimeters, gas-detecting dosimeters, optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) dosimeters, and thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs) is likely to intensify the global dosimeter market growth.
Among new developments, Dostie announced that the problem with some of the thermoluminescent dosimeters, which measure ionizing radiation exposure, was identified.
Physical dosimetry with thermoluminescent dosimeters on a hand phantom, and computational dosimetry with the Brazilian software "Visual Monte Carlo Dose Calculation" (http://www.vmcsoftware.com/) were used to estimate the equivalent doses for localized injuries observed on the clinical manifestation in terms of cutaneous radiation.
(7) The measurement of these dose quantities can be achieved by direct measurements using thermoluminescent dosimeters (TLDs), indirect measurement of physical test phantoms (8) and kerma area product (KAP) meters.