FVLFuture Vertical Lift (US DoD)
FVLFirst Trust Value Line (fund)
FVLFundacion Valle del Lili (Colombian hospital)
FVLFox Valley Lutheran High School
FVLFlow-Volume Loop
FVLFonds de Vie Lycéenne (French: School Life Funds)
FVLFinnish Virtual Library
FVLFrance Voile Loisirs (French: France Sailing Interests)
FVLFull Variability Language
FVLFuel Valve Light
FVLFemoral Vein Ligation
FVLFlorida Voters League, Inc.
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O achado de maior destaque pode ser visto no sentido da importancia de locais proximos a residencia ou ao trabalho para aquisicao de FVL.
* Factor V Leiden: No previous testing for FVL had been performed within the last 3 years.
In the genetic analysis, 1 (6.7%) of 15 patients evaluated for FVL gene mutation were heterozygous, 2 (13.3%) of 15 patients evaluated for Prt G20210A gene mutation were heterozygous, 2 (13.3%) of 15 patients evaluated for MTHFR C677T gene mutation were heterozygous and 2 (13.3%) of them were homozygous; 7 (46.7%) of 15 cases evaluated for MTHFR A1298C gene mutation were heterozygous and 1 (6.7%) of them was homozygous.
In the examination of hereditary thrombophilia, the most common tests performed include antithrombin (AT), protein C (PC), protein S (PS), FVL and PTM tests.
The search for FVL technology is routed through the Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator.
The Future Vertical Lift (FVL) initiative was started in 2008 with a US Congressional caucus voicing concern over: "the lack of a strategic plan for improving the state of vertical lift aircraft in the United States." The ambition was to address the range of rotorcraft needs across the DOD which would involve a range of aircraft.
In PTS, FVL mutation raises the risk of early miscarriages and early intrauterine fetal deaths [36].
Van Lanschot Bankiers N.V.'s (FvL, BBB+/Stable/F2) EUR5bn mortgage covered bonds issued out of the bank's conditional pass-through programme at 'AAA'.
The most common cause of hereditary thrombophilia is factor V Leiden (FVL) and prothrombin gene mutation.5 Studies have reported prevalence of FVL mutation among women with recurrent miscarriage ranging from 3% to 42%.6 FVL prevalence in Caucasian population is 4% to 7%.7
Results: In 100 patients of Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), frequency of Factor V Leiden (FVL) was 13% and it is was 2% in healthy control group.
As TH mais comuns incluem a mutacao do fator V Leiden (FVL G1691A), a mutacao do gene da protrombina (protrombina G20210A), a deficiencia de proteina C (PCD), a deficiencia de proteina S (PSD), a mutacao da metilenotetrahidrofolato redutase (MTHFR) e a deficiencia da antitrombina III (AT).