Nofs


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Nofs

1. A Maltese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 568.3 milliliters. It was originally used to measure alcohol. It is largely obsolete but is still used in some circumstances.

2. A Maltese unit of volume approximately equivalent to 639.3 milliliters. It was originally used to measure milk and oil. It is largely obsolete but is still used in some circumstances.
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The NOF recommends a daily intake of between 400 and 800 IU for adults under age 50, and a daily intake of between 800 and 1000 IU for adults age 50 and over.
The NOF recommends between 1,000 mg daily (for women 19 to 49 years old) and 1,200 mg daily (for women 50 years old and older).
Fibrous cortical defects and NOFs require no treatment, although larger lesions may be symptomatic because of subtle fractures and may require curettage and packing with bone chips.
Fibrous cortical defect (FCD) and nonossifying fibroma (NOF) describe the same histologically benign entity.
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