KUB


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KUB

 
[kidneys, ureters, and bladder] a plain film of the abdomen, providing information about abdominal organs including the kidneys, ureters, and bladder.

KUB

Abbreviation for kidneys, ureters, bladder; archaic term for a plain frontal supine radiograph of the abdomen, but still used.

KUB

Kidneys, ureters, bladder Urology A plain–ie, without radiocontrast–AP film of the abdomen, a crude method for detecting kidney stones; KUB films may be used as a 'scout' examination before the definitive IVP
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Results: Out of 111 consecutive patients 46 (41 %) were normal and 65 (59 %) patients had KUB calculi.
20 lines 4'-5' are to be reconstructed in the light of similar phrases in the prayers KUB 60.156 obv.
Rajiv said councillors had deduced, upon reviewing the criteria presented to them, that KUB was not be able to meet the requirements to obtain the best score.
33 is a valid example, but Puhvel has misunderstood KUB 33.45++ iii 23-26, where lahuwas is a finite verb form, and alpas arais a new clause.
86: The author's transliteration of ii 1-4 of KUB 24.12 (Text 9.a) indicates the presence of signs at the beginning of the lines that are not shown in the copy.
27, I seriously doubt that the rare word herina[check{s}] should be translated "cedarbrands" with Puhvel, since the correct form irimpa[check{s}] is in the same context of KUB 15.34, and there is no evidence of h in words for cedar in ancient west Asiatic languages (Akk.
Featuring an "optimized flute contour design," the KUB Quatron has a higher penetration rate that delivers a higher feedrate, up to 50 percent higher, according to the Schaumburg, IL, manufacturer.
n = as = mu GIR.MES-as kattan haliyattat (KUB 14.15 iv 28-29) is "she fell down at my feet" (CHD, P/2: 232b), not with Puhvel "knelt down at my feet." H.
As specified in RGTC 6: 132, Mount Huwatnuwanta is sometimes written as Uuwalanuwanta, with the third sign being a clear la rather than at (I collated KUB 6, 45-46).