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conus arteriosus

[′kō·nəs är‚tir·ē′ō·səs]
(embryology)
The cone-shaped projection from which the pulmonary artery arises on the right ventricle of the heart in man and mammals.
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This single movement of a reserve component force from the geographic heart of CONUS across the expanse of the Pacific and back requires the coordination of every organization previously mentioned and highlights the criticality of each process of force projection.
The proostracum contributes to a large proportion of GL (>80 %) and has a higher longitudinal growth rate than conus (Table 6).
Figure 3 gives a comparison of the vertical profiles of specific humidity bias and RMSE over the CONUS. The bias of specific humidity from GFS-EnKF reduced much in the lower troposphere, from 500 hPa to the surface, where its RMSE also got some reduction.
Following general conclusion can be derived: Incidence of right conus artery were 20% and right ostia were lies above to that of left ostia.
* Category 4 (major medical areas within CONUS only): The EFM's medical condition requires assignment to billets near major medical facilities.
The TCA was seen as single vessel in 49 hearts (98%), where as in one heart (2%) it immediately divided into two branches both supplying the lower part of pulmonary conus and upper part of right ventricle (Figure 2).
Sung, "Influence of age and sex on the position of the conus medullaris and Tuffier's line in adults," Anesthesiology, vol.
In case of the D-loop ventricles, the great vessels are in L- malposition, and in L-loop ventricles, the great arteries are in D-malposition.1-4 We report here a case of ACM with bilaterally absent conus, which is an even more rare association.4,5
Marine mollusks from Conus genus may produce from 50 up to 200 biologically active molecules that can be injected in the prey to capture or be employed as defense and/or escape mechanisms to deter competitors.
FIS-B PRODUCTS AVAILABLE FROM THE SURFACE PRODUCT LOOK AHEAD RANGE CONUS NEXRAD N/A WINDS AND TEMPS ALOFT 500 NM LOOK-AHEAD RANGE METAR, TAF, AIRMET, SIGMET NOTAM 100 NM LOOK-AHEAD RANGE PIREP AND SUA N/A REGIONAL NEXRAD 150 NM LOOK-AHEAD RANGE LEFT: Limited FIS-B data is available from the ground at the 35 largest airports.