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(mo͞osh), city (1990 pop. 44,019), capital of Muş prov., E Turkey. It is in a region with many vineyards. Founded c.400 B.C., it was an important town of Armenia. Called Tarun by the Arabs, Muş was captured by the Seljuk Turks, the Mongols, and Timur before being annexed by the Ottoman Empire in 1515.
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According to the CMPA, between 1991 and 2011, there were only 23 closed cases against physicians which involved vaginal mesh procedures (both MUS and transvaginal prolapse mesh procedures).
In the MU-AP matching algorithm, we match the MUs with APs to maximize the total offloading traffic from APs as well as guarantee the QoS of users.
In the second article, Clarke (2016), an internist and gastroenterologist, presents a model for diagnosing and treating MUS.
MUS and its shareholders were advised on the transaction by DC Advisory, Marlborough Partners and Kaye Scholer; while the management team were advised by Wyvern Partners and Pinsent Masons.
Because of this, the aim of this study is to determine the prevalence of MUS in an outpatient setting and analyze the characteristics and use of health services between a group of patients with MUS and a group of patients with other ailments (not MUS).
From now on, we randomly divided the other 40 rats into 4 groups: MUS, BIC, Ex, and Con groups ( n = 10).
Physiotherapy involving pelvic floor muscle therapy has long been advocated as a first-line treatment for SUI, with MUS surgery often recommended when physiotherapy is unsuccessful.
Consequently, an average of about 75 MUs of power was cleared on a daily basis in July - almost 14 per cent lower than average daily volume in the month of June.
That brings challenges to CFAPs when selecting an uplink channel for a realtime connection request of a FU which must not violate the QoS of other MUs using the same channel [6].
Orhan Duzgun said bus travelling from Istanbul to the eastern province of Mus crashed in the central province of Kayseri early on Thursday.
MUS takes elements from the Sustainable Livelihoods Approach, which considers that people require a range of assets to achieve positive livelihood outcomes.