FBS

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AcronymDefinition
FBSFetal Bovine Serum (culture media)
FBSFootball Bowl Subdivision (formerly NCAA Division 1-A)
FBSFootball Bowl Subdivision
FBSFidelity Brokerage Services
FBSFaculty of Biological Sciences (various locations)
FBSFirst Baptist School (various locations)
FBSFasting Blood Sugar
FBSFlatbed Scanner
FBSFallback Switch
FBSFramesoft Business Server
FBSFunctional Blocks
FBSFont and Bitmap Server
FBSFading Brake Support
FBSFerro Backup System
FBSFrame Builder Server
FBSFatboy Slim (band)
FBSFukuoka Broadcasting System (Japan)
FBSFederal Bureau of Statistics (Pakistan)
FBSFootball de la Boucle de Seine (French football club)
FBSFunctional Breakdown Structure
FBSFile Backup System (computing)
FBSFlorida Blood Services (St. Petersburg, FL)
FBSFeel Better Soon
FBSFailed Back Syndrome (post-surgical condition)
FBSFood Balance Sheet (various organizations)
FBSFrench Business School
FBSFight Before Surrender (band)
FBSFacility Booking System
FBSFood and Beverages Service
FBSFulcrum Business Solutions (various locations)
FBSFree Basic Services (South Africa)
FBSFunktionsbausteinsprache (German: Function Block Diagram)
FBSFrance Brochure System (est. 1989)
FBSForeign Body Sensation
FBSFanconi-Bickel Syndrome
FBSFixed-Base Simulator
FBSFetal Blood Sample
FBSFall Board Skins
FBSFloor Building System
FBSFrequency Based Scheduler
FBSFlexible Bandwidth Service
FBSFuture Business Systems (North Caulfield, VIC, Australia accounting software)
FBSForward-Based Systems
FBSFreudenberg Building Systems (Lawrence, MA)
FBSFueled by Silence (band)
FBSFirebrand Saints (Cambridge, MA)
FBSFirefighters Breathing System (US NASA)
FBSFresh Body Shop (band)
FBSFédération Belge de Scrabble
FBSField Base Supervisor (education)
FBSFranklin Building Supply (Idaho)
FBSField Bus System
FBSFinance Battlefield System
FBSFighter-Bomber Strike
FBSFloodplain Boundary Standard
FBSFleet Broadcast System
FBSFellow of the Burgon Society
FBSFusion Block System
FBSFrequency Bank System
FBSFlare Buildup Study
FBSFinished Bore Size (measurement)
FBSFahr Berechtigungs System (Mercedes-Benz)
FBSFast Burst Synchronization
FBSFreight Billing System
FBSFacilities Based Carrier
FBSFlat Bottom Structure
FBSFunctional Baseline Solution
FBSFirst Break Suppression (seismic data processing)
FBSFront Bass
FBSFocus Business Services (Cyprus)
FBSFortified Barrier System
FBSFile Based Syndication (software; Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
FBSFull Belly Syndrome
FBSFat Baby Syndrome (aka macrosomia)
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Foreign body sensation and watery eye were the most commonly
Patients who experienced recurrent pain in oropharynx and face, dysphagia, foreign body sensation in the throat and one or more of the other symptoms with no other medical reasons but elongated SP were considered as ES.
In a study of the ocular side effects of nepafenac, ocular adverse events that occurred at rates of at least 1% included blurred vision, photophobia, posterior capsular opacity, foreign body sensation, dry eye and increased intraocular pressure.
The major symptom seen was foreign body sensation in throat seen in 15 patients and change in voice in 7 patients.
Foreign body sensation was less complained in Group B than in Group A, but the variance was not statistically significant.
However, the Bimatoprost group reported having less dry eye symptoms and foreign body sensation than the Latanoprost group.
The burrowing process is asymptomatic, but as the flea enlarges (reaching up to 1 cm) it can create pain, pruritus, and a foreign body sensation (3).
Dry eye leads to the eyes drying out and presents different symptoms such as foreign body sensation, pain, irritation, blurred vision, redness, however in some cases, it presents with no symptoms at all.
Dry eye symptoms include burning, stinging, grittiness, tearing, foreign body sensation, ocular fatigue, and dryness.
The most common symptoms were foreign body sensation 22(91.7%), followed by throat pain 19(79.2%) and dysphagia 10(41.7%).
Slonim suggests that dermatologists refer rosacea patients to an ophthalmologist if they present with any eye symptom, such as dryness, burning, or itching, foreign body sensation in one or both eyes, or chronic redness of either the eyes or the eyelid margins.
Associated symptoms included halitosis and foreign body sensation within the neck.
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