A corresponding full weight bearing (FWB) scan was obtained by allowing the heel to be supported.
What does FWB stand for?
FWB stands for Full Weight Bearing
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We have 34 other meanings of FWB in our Acronym Attic
- Fort Walton Beach (Florida)
- Fort Wayne Belt Railway Company
- Fort Worth Belt Railway Company
- Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse (Frankfurt Stock Exchange)
- Frauenfeld-Wil-Bahn (Swiss train company)
- Free Will Baptist
- Freight Waybill (parcel transport declaration)
- fresh whole blood
- Friends with Benefits
- Full Wave Bridge Rectifier (electronics)
- Fun Wear Brands (Estes Park, Colorado, USA)
- The Fort Wayne Ballet (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
- Fédération Wallone Billard Américain (Belgian billiard federation)
- First Ward Block Association (Hoboken, NJ)
- Fixed Wireless Broadband Access (networking)
- Fort Washington Business Alliance (Fort Washington, PA)
- Fort Worth Bicycling Association (Texas)
- Fort Walton Beach Apple Club (computer club; Fort Walton Beach, FL)
- Fort Worth Business Assistance Center (Texas)
- Fort Worth Better Business Bureau (Texas)
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, due to new fractures on pubic ramus, full weight bearing was delayed for approximately 6 months.
Water exercise allows the benefits of exercise without the pain of full weight bearing.
Femur neck fractures in the elderly are usually treated by partial or complete joint replacement fixed with bone cement to allow immediate, full weight bearing.
You describe the classic symptoms, especially pain first thing in the morning, that may prevent full weight bearing.
Checking in, navigating passport control, getting electronically frisked for contraband, running the gauntlet of customs officers: These procedures make him feel the state's full weight bearing down.
The new autologous joint reconstruction solution helps provide long-term pain relief while enabling patients to return to full weight bearing within weeks and returning to participation in competitive and even impact sports.
The neural networks in the lumbosacral spinal cord are capable of initiating full weight bearing and relatively coordinated stepping without any input from the brain.