FACS


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FACS

 
Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.

FACS

FACS

Abbreviation for:
Facial Action Coding System
fair access to care services 
fatty acyl CoA synthetase
Fellow, American College of Surgeons
fluorescence-activated cell sorter

FACS

1. Fellow, Am College of Surgeons.
2. Fluorescence-activated cell sorter, see there.

FACS

Abbreviation for fluorescence-activated cell sorter scan.

FACS

Abbrev. for Fellow of the American College of Surgeons.
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Under the call sign "Misty," the FACs mission was to "impede the enemy logistic flow within and through Route Package One/Tally Ho to the maximum extent possible." (24) They were also to "suppress enemy defenses as practicable to maintain a permissive environment for strike reconnaissance and FAC operations." (25)
Additionally, readers interested in the full range of roles of FACs should seek out the memoirs and histories of other air control activities, such as the Covey, Nail, Misty, or Raven FACs.
"Facs are to be commended in identifying properties and accommodation options for people, however, people who have been rough sleeping require long-term support to maintain housing," she said.
The HukbongDagat ng Pilipinas (Philippine Navy) has a very mixed fleet of gun-armed FACs, featuring both indigenously-built craft and vessels acquired second-hand from other nations.
Many teachers in this study explained how FACS informs their individual teacher identity.
The facial action coding system (FACS) of is used to process and describe the facial behaviors via every facial muscle [13].
The personnel/ psychologists involved in FACS describe every observable change in facial movement on the basis of AUs, they do not make emotion judgments rather they simply indicate which AUs moved to produce the changes observed in the face.
VK Raju, MD, FRCS, FACS, is the Founder and Medical Director of the Eye Foundation of America (EFA), a charitable organization that provides eye care in 21 developing countries to combat avoidable childhood blindness.
Ainsi, les medecins formes dans ces facs privees resteront sur le place au service de leur pays.
A symposium at the Annual Meeting of the American Urological Association in June 2010, "Progress with NX-1207: Phase 3 Pro-Apoptotic Injectable for BPH," was chaired by Neal Shore, MD, FACS of Myrtle Beach, SC.
Currently in Calderdale every adult with disabilities or special needs who needs social care has the same right as part of their Fair Access to Care Services (FACS).
Ann Arbor, MI; Past President: John Roberts, MD, University of California, San Francisco, CA; Secretary: Kim Olthoff, University of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA; Treasurer: Alan Langnas, DO, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, NE; Councilors at Large: James Eason, MD, FACS, Methodist University Hospital, Memphis, TN; Charles Miller, MD, Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Cleveland, OH; Peter Stock, MD, PhD, University of California, San Francisco, CA; R.