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MLF

ISO 4217 code for the Malian franc. It was issued in 1962, replacing the West African CFA franc at a one-to-one ratio. The Malian franc was a weak currency. In 1984, Mali adopted the CFA franc again at a ratio of two Malian francs to one West African CFA franc.
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In previous studies, PNI in gastric cancer was consistently defined as cancer cells infiltrating into the perineurium or neural fasciculus intramurally.
Midbrain fascicular third cranial nerve palsies Syndrome Signs/characteristics Location of lesion Benedikt Ipsilateral CN III palsy Red nucleus Contralateral extrapyramidal signs Hemitremor/involuntary movements Nothnagel Ipsilateral CN III palsy Fasciculus Superior Cerebellar ataxia cerebellar peduncle Claude Combination of Benedikt and Nothnagel syndromes Weber Ipsilateral CN III palsy Cerebral peduncle Contralateral hemiparesis
Abbreviations: AF = arcuate fasciculus, CANS = central auditory nervous system, CAPD = central auditory processing disorder, DTI = diffusion tensor imaging, fMRI = functional magnetic resonance imaging, OIF/OEF/OND = Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation New Dawn, PTSD = posttraumatic stress disorder, RR&D = Rehabilitation Research and Development, STRF = spectrotemporal receptive field, TBI = traumatic brain injury, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
Thepresent] study demonstrates in children who experienced socioemotional deprivation a structural change in the left uncinate fasciculus that partly may underlie the cognitive, socioemotional, and behavioral difficulties that commonly are observed in these children.
Existe una unica impresion incunable: un Fasciculus temporum de Werner Rolewinck impreso, segun los Bruyset, en Paris por Heinrich Quentell en 1479.
Among the fiber tracts that are evident in the normal fetal brain are the corpus callosum; the fimbria, a band of white matter along the edge of the hippocampus; the fornix, a bundle of fibers that connects the hippocampus on either side of the brain and then projects down and back toward the thalamus; and the fasciculus retroflexus, which consists of major output fibers of the forebrain.
The arcuate fasciculus and the disconnection theme in language and aphasia: History and current state.
Fasciculus morum: A Fourteenth-Century Preacher's Handbook, The Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989.
Com efeito, Ubertino deve ter sido efetivamente inspirado por ele na propria escolha do titulo de seu livro, uma vez que varios manuscritos do Lignum vitae trazem denominacoes que se aproximam muito do titulo escolhido por Ubertino para sua obra: Arbor crucis, Tractatus de arbore crucis, Arbor vitae ou Fasciculus myrrhae.