FAP


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polyposis

 [pol″ĭ-po´sis]
the formation of numerous polyps.
familial polyposis (familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP)) a hereditary condition marked by multiple adenomatous polyps with high malignant potential, lining the intestinal mucosa, especially that of the colon. Polyps are first seen around puberty, and by age 35 years 95 per cent of patients have polyps. Without colectomy, colon cancer is inevitable. Extracolonic manifestations may also be present. It occurs as part of several different conditions, including gardner's, peutz-jeghers, canada-cronkhite, and turcot's syndromes.

FAP

FAP

1. Familial adenomatous polyposis.
2. Familial amyloid polyneuropathy.
3. Fibrillating action potential.
4. Flurouracil, Adriamycin, cisplatin.
5. fos-associated protein.

FAP

Abbreviation for familial adenomatous polyposis.
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Ignoring the [tm.sub.q], it is possible to relate the FAP and RG through an adequate Gesture Adaptation Function [GAMMA], and thus it can be expressed in general terms as follows:
'Alternatively, FAP patients with comorbid nausea may represent a phenotype with autonomic nervous system dysfunction that contributes to both nausea and emotional distress."
(b) Western blot analysis showed the FAP expression of adherent cells by different time duration of collagenase type IV digested with a vortex.
where [W.sub.f]is the bandwidth an FAP could exploit, which is a constant.
In our study, electronic media (television/internet) was the most common source of information on ECP (43% in MAP and 36% in FAP) followed by newspapers/magazines.
where [n.sub.RB,m] is the amount of RBs used by the MBS and [n.sub.Ni] is the number of direct neighbours of the i-th FAP using some RBs in the OSS.
This patient was diagnosed as having type IV (FINNISH) FAP on the basis of clinical manifestations, positive amyloid deposition on biopsied tissues and electrophysiologic findings.
* It must limit amounts charged for emergency or other medically necessary care to individuals eligible for assistance under the hospital's FAP;
FAP's attempt to apply idiographic functional analysis in adult, outpatient psychotherapy may be seen as a conceptual breakthrough and an important strength (Callaghan and Darrow 2015).
In addition to targeting and shaping client behavior, FAP contains other basic elements, such as self-disclosure and intimacy, suggested to help strengthen the therapeutic relationship.
FAP 1 is a disease that involves the production of transthyretin by the liver, which then turns into an amyloid, an inappropriately folded protein, which affects the nerves nearby and the nervous system as a whole.
En este articulo se analizan las bases y los procesos de cambio terapeutico en la Psicoterapia Analitica Funcional (FAP) y tambien los recientes avances que han aparecido desde la publicacion del primer manual (Kohlenberg & Tsai, 1991).