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A genus of the family Muridae that includes about 16 species of mice; domesticated strains are numerous and genetically well defined, the most popular being the albino and piebald strains.
[L. mus (mur-), a mouse]


/μs/ microsecond; one millionth (10−6) of a second.


(mus) a genus of rodents, including M. mus´culus, the common house mouse.




a genus of rodents in the subfamily Murinae.

Mus musculus
small gray rodents. Called also house mouse, a variety of the common mouse.

Patient discussion about Mus

Q. What is the treatment for "hip joint mice"? Thanks!

A. if you are young- it goes away by itself after 6-8 painful weeks...if you are older you might need a surgery to remove the particles. it the hip bone it can be complicated, so it's really up to your Dr. to decide what to do here.

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It seems that more cases involving MUS medical negligence and manufacturer liability will be decided in the near future and this could have tremendous implications for physicians and women seeking treatment for SUI.
The aim of MUs is to enhance their QoS, and thus they select the best APs that have the best channel conditions.
The characteristics of symptoms in patients from the MUS group were recurrent in 79.
In MUS group, only physiological apoptosis can be observed [Figure 4]c, [Figure 4]g, and [Figure 4]k; however, BIC group had the largest amount of TUNEL-positive cells [Figure 4]d, [Figure 4]h, and [Figure 4]l, especially in DG region.
There are two broad approaches to MUS surgery --retropubic and transobturator--and within each approach, there are different routes for the delivery of the polypropylene mesh sling.
After allocating a channel k to a new call request, CFAP sends a verification request to the FMS to verify if the QoSs of other MUs using the channel k are violated.
The survey included questions informed by findings from a preliminary study carried out in the locality (Ospina, 2009), and literature reviewed on MUS (Moriarty and Butterworth, 2003; Perez de Mendiguren Castresana, 2004; Hadjer et al.
Mus species in Africa are sometimes found indoors where exposure to humans is more likely, but most are found outdoors, including those from which we collected the 2 positive samples tested in our study.
Unfortunately, television ads by law firms trawling for potential clients with any mesh in their vagina have created confusion among patients that synthetic MUS for incontinence is the same as transvaginal mesh for prolapse.
The most recent issue, Volume XIV, details class mark Mus.
Meanwhile, schools were recessed in Van for the next three days, as well as Alparslan University in the eastern Mus province for two days after the earthquake.
All MUs were transformed from the participants' language to the language of the researcher.