VCFS


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AcronymDefinition
VCFSVelo-Cardio-Facial Syndrome (genetics/medical)
VCFSVirtual Case File System (FBI)
VCFSVelocity of Circumferential Fiber Shortening
VCFSVersion Controlled File System (file management)
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We looked for a 22q11.2 deletion in 39 Mexican patients with craniofacial dysmorphisms suggestive of DGS or VCFS and at least one major phenotypic feature, namely cardiac anomaly, immune deficiency, palatal defects or development delay (1).
An in vitro cadaveric specimens' study from Broome and colleagues assessed the balloon-assisted technique in other indications than VCFs [13].
Most VCFs (including Romo's) heal themselves over time with limited activity and immobilization in a back brace or corset for six to 12 weeks.
Balloon kyphoplasty * (BKP) is an innovative interventional procedure for treating VCFs. Performed with the patient under conscious sedation (awake but sedated), a small skin incision is made and a cannula is inserted through a pedicle into the vertebral body under fluoroscopic guidance.
Approximately 84% of symptomatic VCFs classically present with midline back pain.
The objectives of this study were to ascertain the incidence of VCFs in patients with spinal or paraspinal sarcomas following C-ion RT and to determine the association between the SINS and other relevant clinical factors for predicting post-C-ion RT VCFs.
A trip in July 2010 to Salt Lake City, to attend the annual VCFS Conference and see Yellowstone National Park, changed the course of the family.
M2 PHARMA-May 27, 2015-Study Examines Cost-Effectiveness of Benvenue Medica's Kiva VCF Spine Treatment System
Se utilizaron los descriptores: 22q11.2 deletion syndrome; 22q11.2DS; Schizophrenia; Velo-cardio-facial syndrome (VCFS); DiGeorge syndrome (DGS); chromosome 22.
Albany, NY, April 03, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) or spine fractures, as they are commonly called, are instances of a broken bone or cracked vertebrae in the spine.