19 /PRNewswire/ -- Malignant melanoma is increasing faster than any cancer, and a new study in the current issue of the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery shows the overall five-year survival rate for melanoma of the foot and ankle is significantly lower than for melanomas found elsewhere.
What does JFAS stand for?
JFAS stands for Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery (American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons)
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- Joint Faculty Appointments Program
- Justice for All Party (Guyana)
- Judo Federation of Australia Queensland
- Jewish Federation of Arkansas (Little Rock, AR)
- Journal of Forth Application and Research (UK)
- Japan First Aid Society
- Japanese Film and Animation Society (Illinois Institute of Technology)
- Jason Farneth Auto Sales (Fredericksburg, VA)
- Jindalee Facility Alice Springs (aka Over-the-Horizon Radar; Alice Springs, Northern Territory, Australia)
- Joint Flow and Analysis System
- Joint Force Air and Space Component Commander
- Joint Feasibility Analysis System for Transportation
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- Jimmy's Famous American Tavern (San Diego, CA)
- Joint Field Acceptance Test
- Joint First-Stage Achievement Test
- Joint Functional Area Training Guide
- Justice for Filipino American Veterans (equal rights advocate; est. 1998)
- James Fletcher Building (University of Utah)
- Jamieson, Fausset, Brown (Bible commentary)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery will be produced six times a year beginning in January and will be targeted to surgeons, podiatrists and sports medicine physicians.
Research findings on the dynamic effects of talotarsal dislocation on tarsal tunnel pressures and posterior tibial nerve strain and the use of HyProCure were recently presented at the annual symposium of the Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons (AENS) in Fort Worth, Texas and published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery.