TFI

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AcronymDefinition
TFITowarzystwo Funduszy Inwestycyjnych (Polish investment company)
TFIThe Fifth Inning (E. Ethelbert Miller memoir)
TFITribeca Film Institute (New York, NY)
TFITest de Français International (French language proficiency test)
TFITobacco Free Initiative (World Health Organization)
TFITeach for India (Teach for All network)
TFITranscription Factor I
TFIThe Fertilizer Institute
TFIThe Franklin Institute (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
TFIOffice of Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (US government)
TFITrade, Finance and Investment (various locations)
TFIThe Focusing Institute (Spring Valley, NY)
TFITechnology Futures, Inc.
TFITotal Force Integration
TFIThe Family International (est. 1968)
TFITime from Ignition (US NASA)
TFITerminal Facility Identifier
TFITotal Freight International (UK)
TFITubal Factor Infertility
TFITotal Force Initiative (US DoD)
TFIThe First Immortal (James L. Halperin science fiction novel)
TFITime-Frequency Interleaving
TFIThin-Film Inductive
TFITemporary Flow Identity
TFITrue Finder Integration
TFITask Force Iron
TFIThick Film Integrated Ignition (Ford)
TFIThin-Film Imaging
TFIT Foley Interiors (UK)
TFITask Force Innovations (construction management provider; Los Angeles, CA)
TFIThanks for Info
TFITemporary Funding Increase
TFITeam France Inshore (boat racing group)
TFITerminal Flight Information
TFITopside Fabrication and Installation (oil installation)
References in periodicals archive ?
A Thai study shows tubal factor infertility as the most common cause of infertility15.
In vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) was done in patients who had associated causes like tubal factor infertility or were unable to conceive spontaneously during 1 year.
In adjusted analyses, the most important independent risk factor for an ectopic pregnancy was tubal factor infertility, which more than doubled the risk (odds ratio, 2.
Advanced Fertility Centre 2008, Tubal factor infertility, Chicago: http://www.
Once clinical PID occurs, up to 10%-15% of cases might lead to tubal factor infertility (4).
Tubal factor infertility, with special regard to chlamydial salpingitis.
The value of chlamydia trachomatis antibody testing in prediction of tubal factor infertility.
Asymptomatic PID as well as PID with atypical signs and symptoms are common conditions that have been linked by mounting evidence to fallopian tube damage as manifest by tubal factor infertility and ectopic pregnancy.