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PRF

Abbreviation for prolactin-releasing factor.

PRF

Abbreviation for prolactin-releasing factor.
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PRF has been successfully, over the years used augmentation of bone regeneration following tooth extractions, cyst enucleations or any other minor surgical bony procedures owing to its ability to produce significant acceleration of bone formation.
Sharaf-Eddin explained that the objectives of the PRF are achievement of national unity and consensus , just power and wealth sharing , development of national economy, promotion of social peace, giving more attention issues of youth , women and children in the periphery.
The PRF will support the preparation for the first two phases of the proposed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cities Improvement Project (KPCIP).
The PRF will support the preparation of the first two phases of the proposed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cities Improvement Project (KPCIP).
Van Zundert et al, administered PRF treatment for the trigeminal neuralgia to 5 high-risk patients.
Regenerative endodontic treatment using PRF may provide favourable treatment outcomes for necrotic immature teeth with periapical radiolucency.
La alteracion de la red fibrina y los cambios en la cantidad de plaquetas contenidas en PRF puede afectar los resultados in situ, debido a que existe una correlacion entre conteo de plaquetas en el PRF y la expresion de factores de crecimiento (9).
Some studies have demonstrated that PRF is a healing biomaterial with a great potential for bone and soft tissue regeneration, without inflammatory reactions, which may be used alone or in combination with bone grafts, promoting hemostasis, bone growth, and maturation [8, 9].
An algebraic PRF with closed form efficiency must satisfies the following properties:
Although high pulse repetition frequency (PRF) pulse Doppler radar provides benefits, such as the ability to measure high velocity in an unambiguous manner, the highly range-ambiguous characteristic means that targets and interference typically alias or "fold" into the same radar range cell, even if they are disparate in physical range.