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CCTCircuit
CCTCommunication, Culture & Technology (Georgetown University; Washington, DC)
CCTClock Cycle Time (computing)
CCTCentral Corneal Thickness (ophthalmology)
CCTCommission Canadienne du Tourisme (Canadian Tourism Commission)
CCTCertified Cardiographic Technician
CCTCam Chain Tensioner
CCTCorrelated Color Temperature
CCTCorridor Cities Transitway (Maryland)
CCTChaos, Complexity and Transport
CCTCell Culture Technique
CCTClomid Challenge Test (fertility)
CCTCaribbean Cellular Telephone (British Virgin Islands; UK)
CCTClean Coal Technology
CCTConcepts in Toxicology (conference topic)
CCTCritical Care Transport (EMS)
CCTCertificate of Completion of Training
CCTCondenser Cooling Tower (mining)
CCTCritical Clearing Time
CCTCancel Timer
CCTCareer Counselling for Teachers (various locations)
CCTControlled Clinical Trial
CCTClinical Care Team (various organizations)
CCTCompulsory Competitive Tendering
CCTCommon Customs Tariff (EU)
CCTConsultation on Common Texts
CCTCall Center Technology
CCTCobb Community Transit (Georgia, USA)
CCTConnecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism
CCTCombat Control Team
CCTChina Coast Time (GMT+0800)
CCTComparative Cervical Tuberculin (disease)
CCTComplex Cardiovascular Therapeutics (Japan)
CCTConsejo Centroamericano de Turismo (Spanish: Central American Tourism Council)
CCTComputer Compatible Tape
CCTCone Contrast Test (vision)
CCTComité Consultatif Technique (French: Technical Advisory Committee)
CCTColegio Cristiano Tecnólogico (Guatemalan private school)
CCTCentral Community Transit (EU)
CCTCross-Cutting Theme (forestry)
CCTCompagnie de Commandement et de Transmissions (French: Command and Communications Company; French Army)
CCTCertified Calibration Technician (metrology)
CCTComputer and Communication Technologies, Inc. (Englewood, CO)
CCTChristian Council of Tanzania
CCTComputerized Cranial Tomography
CCTClinical Competency Test
CCTChange Control Team (software development)
CCTConnection Type
CCTCognitive Complexity Theory
CCTCrevice Corrosion Temperature
CCTCement Council of Texas (Hurst, TX)
CCTCritical Clearing Time (power systems)
CCTCorpus Callosum Transection (neurology)
CCTControlled Cord Traction (labor and delivery)
CCTCortical Collecting Tubule (in the kidneys)
CCTCombat Crew Training
CCTCustomized Community Transportation
CCTCommon/Collective Trust (IRS Form 5500)
CCTCredit Card Transactions, Inc. (consumer finance)
CCTCollege Community Theater (various organizations)
CCTCustom Craft Technologies
CCTCylinder Conical Tank
CCTCaribbean Coalition for Tourism
CCTCanadian College of Teachers
CCTCabinetul Calin Tatomir
CCTCircuito Cerrado de Televisión (Spanish: Closed Circuit Television; also seen as CCTV)
CCTSand Tiger Shark (FAO fish species code)
CCTCritical Crevice Temperature
CCTCool Cool Toon (SNK game)
CCTCentral Communications Terminal
CCTConsultative Committee on Telecommunications
CCTCapability Collaboration Teams (US Air Force)
CCTCore Concept Technologies, Inc. (Japan)
CCTCertified Composite Technician
CCTCyclocryotherapy
CCTCommonwealth Community Trust (Richmond, VA)
CCTComputational Complexity Theory
CCTCombat Control Technician (USAF Special Operations)
CCTCourt Circuit Team (automobile racing)
CCTCombat Capable Trainer
CCTCentre de Compétence Technique (French: Technical Competence Center)
CCTChannel Check Test
CCTCentre Chorégraphique de Toulouse (French: Toulouse Choreography Center; Toulouse, France)
CCTClarkson College of Technology (now Clarkson University; Potsdam, NY)
CCTConstant Current Transformer
CCTClosed Circuit Test
CCTCommand Control Transmitter
CCTCollaborative Contingency Targeting
CCTCisco Cable Troubleshooter
CCTCertified Chemical Technologist (Canadian Society for Chemical Technology)
CCTChannel Control Thread
CCTChino Community Theatre (Chino, California)
CCTCustomer Contact Transformation
CCTCumulative Cycle Time
CCTCrystal Coast Technologies, Inc. (Swansboro, NC)
CCTContinuity Check Tone
CCTComputer Controlled Typesetting
CCTComfort Cooling Tower
CCTCommand & Control Technology
CCTCommittee for a Constructive Tomorrow
CCTCoupler Cut Through
CCTClose Combat Techniques
CCTCarotid Choke Technique (wrestling hold)
CCTComputer Contact Teacher
CCTConsolidated Change Table
CCTConcept Créa Team (graphic design company; France)
CCTCarotid Control Technique (law enforcement)
CCTCancer Council of Tasmania
CCTCost Commitment Team (NASA)
CCTCustomer Contracted Team
CCTCore Curriculum Test
CCTCommercial Contracting Team
CCTCurved Crystal Technology
CCTCode Carrier Tracker (GPS)
CCTCulture Change Team
CCTCarrier Connect Time
CCTComputed Coronal Tomography
CCTCircuit Configuration Table
CCTComplete Call To
CCTCook's Continental Timetable (Thomas Cook travel)
CCTCustomer Control Tool
CCTCollaborative Communications Technology
CCTCylinder Combustion Time
CCTCircuit Connection Table
CCTCoherence Cube Technology
CCTCardiac Catheterization Technician
CCTContamination Control Team
CCTCobb County Department of Transportation Authority
CCTCommunication Control Team
CCTComplaint Control Terminal
CCTCharly Cyclo Team (French cycling team)
CCTCalvary Chapel Tyler (Texas)
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As for cyclodestructive procedures (cyclocryotherapy and cyclophotocoagulation), they are efficient in reducing the IOP but cannot be considered as first line treatments because they exhibit important complications like phthisis bulbi and retinal detachment (both appear in 50% of cases), progressive lens opacification and blindness [1,13, 21, 22].
Biglan, "Long-term outcome of cyclocryotherapy for refractory pediatric glaucoma," Ophthalmology, vol.
Despite good efficacy, cyclocryotherapy presents several postoperative complications, both mild (pain, anterior chamber inflammation, or a transient hyphema in neovascular glaucoma) and severe or vision threatening (persistent hypotony, choroidal detachment, visual acuity loss, and phthisis bulbi) (Table 1).
In other cases, the use of cyclocryotherapy is indicated in end-stage glaucoma and in patients with a poor visual acuity, because of the high risk of visual loss [29].
Nelson, "Cyclocryotherapy: a review of cases over a 10-year period," The British Journal of Ophthalmology, vol.
Cyclocryotherapy. This procedure was introduced since 1950 [114] and decreased the intraocular pressure by freezing and destroying the ciliary body epithelium [115].
Price, "Molteno implants in patients with previous cyclocryotherapy," Ophthalmic Surgery, vol.
Aminlari, "Cyclocryotherapy in congenital glaucoma," Glaucoma, vol.