SCFE

AcronymDefinition
SCFESlipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis
SCFESuper Critical Fluid Extraction (seed-oil extraction method)
SCFEScottish Centre for Financial Education (UK)
SCFESouth Central Florida Express, Inc. (short line railroad)
SCFESubcontractor Furnished Equipment
SCFESomali Coalition for Free Expression (Mogadishu, Somali)
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Children with a SCFE experience a decrease in their range of motion and are often unable to complete hip flexion or fully rotate the hip inward.
SCFE is characterised by displacement of the capital femoral epiphysis from the metaphysis through the physis.
In situ fixation of SCFE has a low surgical risk and the remodeling potential has been advocated for restoration of the disturbed anatomic axes.
As compared to conventional methods, SCFE is more convenient and superior because it is more selective and causes no thermal degradation of components and extracts obtained have no added solvent, which gives the oil of superior quality (Wood et al.
The fastest drying rate for the SCFE process occurred at 75 C and 3000 psi.
Chapters four through 11 provide more specific and practical examples in the use of SCFE in the cosmetic, food and herbal industries.
SCFE CEO and executive director, and ex Suntech CEO, Eric Luo, said that the move will allow SCFE to focus more on its downstream efforts within the solar sector.
In these cases, or when radiographs have ruled out apparent abnormalities such as Legg-Calve-Perthes disease, SCFE, and fracture, consider septic arthritis or transient synovitis (FIGURE).
1) In the United States, the incidence of SCFE for children between the ages of 9-16 years has been reported as 10.
Sabinsa, on the other hand, uses SCFE (Super Critical Fluid Extraction) to ensure environmentally friendly "solvent free" extracts, as well as to guarantee low microbial loads so no irradiation is needed.
Though SCFE is considered to be the most prevalent cause of impingement, the mechanisms by which impingement occurs vary.