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IVFIn Vitro Fertilization
IVFIntel Visual Fortran (computing)
IVFInstitute of Vegetables and Flowers (Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences; China)
IVFIntra Vic Format
IVFIndeo Video File
IVFIntegrated Vehicle Fluids (spaceflight)
IVFIntervertebral Foramen
IVFIdiopathic Ventricular Fibrillation
IVFImmediate Visual Feedback (computer-assisted language education)
IVFIntel Video Technology (filename extension)
IVFIntravascular Fluid (plasma)
IVFIntra-Venous Fluids
IVFInadequate for in Vitro Fertilization
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Those KMRI images make possible a detailed depiction of abnormalities derived from varying joints or spinal column postures, including spinal canal and/or intervertebral foramen narrowing and dysfunction of a facet joint apparent in lumbar spine KMRI, ligament dysfunction and meniscus deformation apparent in knee KMRI, and impingement syndromes, osteochondral defects, and loose bodies apparent in ankle KMRI.
The fascicles are centrally located in the lateral aspect of the intervertebral foramen and have a closer relationship with adjacent IVDs and the ligamentum flavum than do the spinal nerve roots [28].