Cotunnius, Domenico Felice Antonio

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Cotunnius,

(Contugno), Domenico Felice Antonio, Italian anatomist, 1736-1822.
aqueductus cotunnii - a bony canal of the petrous portion of the temporal bone, giving passage to the endolymphatic duct and a small vein. Synonym(s): aqueduct of vestibule; Cotunnius aqueduct; Cotunnius canal
Cotunnius aqueduct - Synonym(s): aqueductus cotunnii
Cotunnius canal - Synonym(s): aqueductus cotunnii
Cotunnius disease - pain in the lower back and hip radiating down the back of the thigh into the leg now known to usually be due to herniated lumbar disk compromising the L5 or S1 root. Synonym(s): sciatica
Cotunnius liquid - the fluid contained within the osseus labyrinth. Synonym(s): liquor cotunnii; perilymph
Cotunnius space - the dilated blind extremity of the endolymphatic duct. Synonym(s): endolymphatic sac
liquor cotunnii - Synonym(s): Cotunnius liquid
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(12.) Rubattu S, Di Castro S, Cotugno M, Bianchi F, Mattioli R, Baima S, et al.
Rosita Stanzione, (1) Franca Bianchi, (1) Maria Cotugno, (1) Simona Marchitti, (1) Maurizio Forte, (1) Carla Busceti, (1) Larisa Ryskalin, (1) Francesco Fornai, (1,2) Massimo Volpe, (1,3) and Speranza Rubattu (1,3)
Cotugno et al., "Protective effects of Brassica oleracea sprouts extract toward renal damage in high-salt-fed SHRSP: role of AMPK/PPAR[alpha]/UCP2 axis," Journal of Hypertension, vol.
[3.] Perri F, Quitadamo M, Ricciardi R, Piepoli A, Cotugno R, Gentile A, Pilotto A, Andriulli A.
MATCH FACTS RUBIN KAZAN (4-4-2): Ryzhikov, Cotugno (Ustinov 80), Kambolov, Kverkvelia, Nabiulin, Georgiev, Kislyak (Akhmetov 69), Kanunnikov, Eduardo (Ozdoyev 45), Karadeniz, Devic.
REF: Robert Schorgenhofer (Aus) ATT: 42,951 RUBIN KAZAN Ryzhikov, Kuzmin, Kvirkvelia, Kambolov, Nabiullin, Georgiev, Ozdoev, Kanunnikov, Carlos Eduardo (Portnyagin 64), Karadeniz (Dyadyun 81), Devic (Cotugno 46).
Authors Katie Cotugno, Melissa Kantor and Robyn Schneider were recently here to sign books for National Book Store (NBS).
Nicolas Cotugno y esta concebido como una obra reivindicativa de la fe de Artigas.