CONUS


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conus

(ˈkəʊnəs)
n, pl -ni (-ni)
1. (Anatomy) anatomy zoology any of several cone-shaped structures, such as the conus medullaris, the lower end of the spinal cord
2. (Zoology) anatomy zoology any of several cone-shaped structures, such as the conus medullaris, the lower end of the spinal cord

CONUS

continental United States.
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CONUS COLA is a taxable supplemental allowance designed to help offset higher prices in the highest cost locations in CONUS that exceed the costs in an average CONUS location.
The 15-min timeline of ABI scan mode 3 consists of 22 swaths to cover the FD, three sets of 6 swaths to cover the CONUS 3 times, and 30 sets of two swaths to cover the mesoscale regions 30 times.
The shell I have chosen to feature and introduce to the reader is the Conus litteratus, the lettered cone, a wellknown species of this large family of mollusks.
Category 2 (limited overseas/remote CONUS assignments): Care is usually available at most locations, except for some isolated CONUS/overseas areas.
The origin, course and main branches of RCA were studied in detail, giving emphasis to the conus artery/ third coronary artery.
THE DIRECTORATE OF LOGISTICS (DOL) MANAGES THE ARMY PUBLISHING PRODUCTS INDEX AND ORDERING SYSTEM FOR CONUS.
1-4 We report here a case of ACM with bilaterally absent conus, which is an even more rare association.
These distinctive Conus shell valuables are part of the material culture found along the northern coast of the eastern tip of New Guinea and on the islands of the northern Massim during the Expansion Phase c.
Results: Adult females' conus positions were slightly lower than the males (median: L1:lower, quartile: L1:middle-L1:upper for females; median: L1:lower, quartile: L1:upper-L2 for males; P less than 0.
Video 1: Right coronary angiogram at AP cranial view demonstrated dual coronary artery fistulas originating from the conus branch and posterolateral branch of RCA and parallel running along lung territory with multiple drainage sites
The report details the clinical presentation of a non-traumatic conus medullaris infarction in a 79 year-old female with associated cardiovascular risk factors of previous coronary artery bypass graft surgery (CABG) and renal insufficiency.