OCFS


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OCFSOffice of Children and Family Services
OCFSOracle Cluster File System
OCFSOrange County Fair Speedway (Middletown, NY)
OCFSOhio Citizens for Science (education)
OCFSOstrich Chick Fading Syndrome (avian disease)
OCFSOverseas Chinese and Foreign Students (Taiwan)
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The OCFS has also requested an enhancement to meet the needs of our ICPC partners at the New York City Administration for Children's Services (ACS).
The OCFS was pleased to become the 23rd state to join the NEICE and thankful for the on-going support of APHSA and Tetrus to help us get there."
An occipital condyle fracture (OCF) was once a relatively rare traumatic injury, but is now increasingly diagnosed because of the wide availability of computed tomography [1, 2].
Computed tomography of her cervical spine showed a left nondisplaced impaction OCF with an occipital condyle-C1 interval of 2.5 mm and a 5 mm translation of C1-C2 (Figure 1).
The category-specific score of OCFS is not described in the literature either; however, it can be deduced from the formula of OCFS that [([m.sup.k.sub.i] - [m.sup.k]).sup.2] is the local significance of the feature [t.sub.k].
As the lead agency for this population, OCFS develops policies for all child welfare, youth services, juvenile justice and day care programs, as well as programs for other vulnerable populations including the visually handicapped and the elderly.
An extensive literature review revealed that there have been few reports of surgical treatment in patients with OCFs. Therefore, this is the first report of the simultaneous performance of cranioplasty and posterior fusion of the craniovertebral junction.