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TTM

Trailing 12 months. Often used with Earnings Per Share.

Trailing Twelve Months

Referring to the most recently completed 12 month period. For example, trailing 12 month earnings refers to a company's earnings over the 12 months ending on the last day of the most recent month. Showing developments on a trailing 12 month basis is common way of tracking a company's finances. It is less commonly called last 12 months.

trailing twelve

Shorthand for “trailing 12 months of financials,” meaning profit and loss information for a property or business for the past 12 months. Also written as the abbreviation “ttm.”

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Trichotillomania, stereotypic movement disorder, and related disorders.
Although little information is available on the physiological developments associated with trichotillomania, the presence of a familial component has been identifed, with approximately 34.8% of patients reporting a family history of trichotillomania (10).
Even though the knowledge related to an efficient treatment is quite limited, prevalence and possible effects on life quality of trichotillomania were defined.
Affective correlates of trichotillomania. Behav Res Ther 2002; 40:1305-15.
Trichotillomania, body dysmorphic disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Is it trichotillomania? Hair pulling in childhood: a developmental perspective.
Among those patients without a history of gastric surgery, the most common underlying pathology is psychiatric disorders such as trichotillomania (1, 2).
According Mental Health America, trichotillomania is a repetitive behavior classified as an impulse control disorder which involves pulling out one's hair in any region of the body, particularly the scalp, eyebrows, and eyelids.
Although she didn't know it at the time, she developed a condition called trichotillomania (TTM), which means Angela constantly battles the urge to rip out her hair from the roots.
A myriad of different illnesses are covered, from unusual conditions like trichotillomania, which compels people to pull out their hair, to far more familiar ones like PTSD and depression.
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The word Trichotillomania (TTM) was coined by French dermatologist Francois Hallopeau.