FAMILY CARE

The object of family care is to provide for patients who no longer need the specialized services of a hospital but still require some...

FIGURAL AFTEREFFECTS

There are two principal types of aftereffect: the apparent distortion of a figure following prolonged inspection, and the effect of inspection of one figure...

F DISTRIBUTION

is used in chi-squared distribution sets, as a probability distribution of two independent chi-square (based) random variables which are both divided by their degrees...

FACIAL DISFIGUREMENT

is typically the result of a medical condition or accident in an individual's life which leaves them with any distortion, malformation, or perceived abnormality...

FACTITIOUS DISORDER

is considered (in the DSM-IV-TR), as any of a group of disorders in which the patient intentionally produces or feigns physical or psychological symptoms...

FACTUAL KNOWLEDGE

is knowledge, which is gained by the individual semantically, or otherwise the knowledge maybe generic. Examples can be any piece of specific factual information...

FALLECTOMY

is a similar process to salpingectomies; fallectomy involves the sterilization of a female, where their fallopian tubes are either cut, tied off or both...

FALSE PREGNANCY

is otherwise known as pseudocyesis or a pseudopregnancy, where a women will display all the normal signs of pregnancy but will not actually be...

FAMILISM

is primarily observed in collectivist and traditional cultures where there is a strong level of interpersonal relationships within the extended family to

FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES

can include services such as day and overnight respite and parental training for family members of an individual who suffers from a developmental disability...

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