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IUS

Abbrev. for intrauterine system. The term refers to a hormonal contraceptive coil, such as MIRENA, that carries a supply of progestogen, which is released in small amounts over a period of three to five years.
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The price of the IUS is only one aspect of its overall cost, however, as women still need to pay for any office visit or insertion fees.
Guillermo DE Auxerre, Summa aurea, III, XVIII, Proemio: "Stricte sumitur ius naturale secundum quod ius naturale dicitur quod naturalis ratio sine omni deliberatione aut sine magna dictat esse faciendum".
El inicial, a cargo de la profesora Maria Jose Roca, profundiza en la fuerte huella que el ius commune dejo en el Tribunal Superior del Sacro Imperio Romano Germanico.
Demostrar la necesidad de la consolidacion de la identidad de la comunidad, con su patrimonio cultural de las localidades: Caserio de Marcahuamachuco, Provincia de Huamachuco--La Libertad y el Distrito de Comandante Noel, Provincia de Casma--Ancash, asi como la adecuada aplicacion del Ius Pudiendi, para proteger y conservar el mismo.
BiogenIdec, which is responsible for product supply under the collaboration, will designate one billion IUs of clotting factor therapy for use in humanitarian programs over the next decade.
Un ejemplo de ello es el estudio de las normas perentorias o de ius cogens, cuya fenomenologia se involucra con otros fenomenos estructurales del Derecho Internacional, como es la de su fragmentacion (1).
Resulta desta exegese a consideracao do civilista brasileiro de que a demonstracao de Pugliese e incontestavel, uma vez que fica nitido no fragmento que Ulpiano e seus pares da iurisprudentia classica constituiram o direito subjetivo--sob a expressao ius suum--como, nada menos, o eixo de todo o sistema juridico romano.
The IUS has two soft threads at one end, which hang through the opening of the cervix into the top of your vagina.
Hypothesis 2: There will be a positive correlation between IUS scores and traditional religious beliefs (PBS, subscale one).
Texas were simply an exercise of ius gentium, reflecting a normative consensus derived from principles established in practice all over the civilized world.
The ICA Foundation donates the LNG-IUS--an IUS that is identical to Mirena, except for the insertion technique--to international development agencies and public health organizations, which then offer the IUS to poor women around the world.
Key words: Levonorgestrel IUS, Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Men orrhagia.