KFDKatholische Frauengemeinschaft Deutschlands (German: Catholic Women's Community in Germany)
KFDKyasanur Forest Disease
KFDKinetic Family Drawing (drawing technique)
KFDKikuchi-Fujimoto Disease (medical condition)
KFDKey Features Document
KFDKarnataka Forum for Dignity (minority-supported organization; India)
KFDKung Fu Dynamite (rock and roll band)
KFDKissimmee Fire Department (Kissimmee, FL)
KFDKayak Factory Direct (Australia)
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Final diagnosis of KFD was established on the basis of characteristic histopathological findings.
Animals like monkeys, forest rats, bats, and rodents spread the KFD virus.
Since then, KFD has been reported worldwide in a variety of ethnic backgrounds.
Infection with Yersinia enterocolitica,[9] Brucellosis,[10] Bartonella henselae[11] and Entamoeba histolytica[12] have been associated with development of KFD, but none has been established as aetiological agent.
These findings were consistent with necrotizing lymphadenitis of KFD. During the course of investigations, the high grade daily spiking fever persisted for twelve days and then resolved by itself.
The exact cause of KFD is unknown and it is suspected that viral agents or autoimmune aetiology may have some role.
KFD is a benign disease more prevalent in Asian populations that affects predominantly young adults.
It is worth mentioning that the KFD is one of the most often applied, related to the pattern characterization [17, 22], which considers the length of a curve, L(d), calculated as a sum of Euclidean distances between the successive samples.
Thomas (4) (1924-2013), who joined Bulas and Whitfield in compiling the Polish-English volume of KFD, was also associated with UC Berkeley.
In general, supervised learning has sufficient labeled samples and these kinds of algorithms are suitable for classification problems, such as the representative linear discriminant analysis (LDA) [19] and KFD [7].
KFD is an extremely uncommon, self-limited, and perhaps under-diagnosed disorder of unknown cause, yet with an excellent prognosis.2 The epidemiology of Kikuchi's disease is widespread, spanning the globe from Japan, where it was first described in 1972, and Asiatic people.3
These elements are thick flighted conveying elements FD, thin flighted conveying elements FF, thin flighted compression elements KFD, thick flighted compression elements KDD, and shearing elements ZSS.