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 [ko´nus] (pl. co´ni) (L.)
1. a cone-shaped structure.
2. posterior staphyloma of the myopic eye.
conus arterio´sus the anterosuperior portion of the right ventricle of the heart, at the entrance to the pulmonary trunk. Called also infundibulum.
conus medulla´ris the cone-shaped lower end of the spinal cord, at the level of the upper lumbar vertebrae.
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Plural of conus.
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Abbreviation for:
Care Of the Next Infant (Medspeak-UK)
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With its climate characterised by constant snowfalls and mild temperatures due to the proximity of the Mediterranean, Cuneo, I confess, is not a ski holiday destination that had crossed my radar but my brief visit confirmed it is one I would happily go back to, especially knowing that a flight can take me directly from Birmingham to the provinces' capital.
Cuneo (1907-1996), a Londoner, above, was best known as the official artist for the Coronation and for his signature depiction of a tiny mouse in many of his works.
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