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name

a summer constellation of the southern sky, said to resemble the keel of a ship. it contains the star canopus, the second brightest star in the night sky. until 1763, it was part of a larger constellation, argo navis.

en given name occasionally used in english.

noun

any of several features that have a projecting central ridge

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  • the vermont senator follows a paleo diet of mostly meat and vegetables, according to a recent people magazine article. “he was paleo before paleo was a thing,” said his step-daughter carina driscoll. but he doesn’t reach for just any kind of meat and veggies: sanders goes for organic produce and meat that has been farmed sustainably. everydayhealth.com

  • ministerseconomic and business affairs--bendt bendtsenforeign affairs--per stig moellerfinance--thor pedersenemployment--claus hjort frederiksenjustice--lene espersenculture--brian mikkelsenrefugees, immigration and integration affairs--ms. rikke hvilshojdevelopment cooperation--ms. ulla tornaestaxation--kristian jensentransport and energy-- jakob axel nielsenscience, technology and innovation--helge sanderfood, agriculture and fisheries-- eva kjer hansendefense--soren gadeenvironment and nordic cooperation--connie hedegaardinterior and health--lars loekke rasmusseneducation and ecclesiastical affairs--bertel haardersocial affairs and gender equality-- karen jespersenfamily and consumer affairs--carina christensen factmonster.com

  • ministerseconomic and business affairs--bendt bendtsenforeign affairs--per stig moeller finance--thor pedersenemployment--claus hjort frederiksenjustice--lene espersenculture--brian mikkelsenrefugees, immigration and integration affairs--ms. rikke hvilshojdevelopment cooperation--ms. ulla tornaestaxation--kristian jensentransport and energy-- jakob axel nielsenscience, technology and innovation--helge sanderfood, agriculture and fisheries-- eva kjer hansendefense--soren gade environment and nordic cooperation--connie hedegaard interior and health--lars loekke rasmusseneducation and ecclesiastical affairs--bertel haardersocial affairs and gender equality-- karen jespersenfamily and consumer affairs--carina christensen infoplease.com

  • pectus carinatum: pigeon-breasted. in latin "pectus" means "chest" and "carina" keel = a chest shaped like the keel of a boat (looking at the keel from outside the boat). while it is generally asymptomatic, patients may be short of breath and feel heart palpitations. wheezing, asthma and pulmonary problems may occur. medicinenet.com

  • carina ryder, ms, cnm, ncmp is a midwife currently in practice in washington, d.c. she received her bsn and ms from columbia university school of nursing in the mid-1990s. carina provides gynecologic and obstetric care to women from adolescence through menopause. she is a member of the american college of nurse-midwives, the american society for colposcopy and cervical pathology, the association of reproductive health professionals, the north american menopause society and the international society for the study of women's sexual health. medpagetoday.com

  • for mediastinoscopy, an incision is made in the suprasternal notch, and the soft tissue of the neck is bluntly dissected down to the trachea and distally to the carina. a mediastinoscope is inserted into the space allowing access to the paratracheal, tracheobronchial, azygous, and subcarinal nodes and to the superior posterior mediastinum. merckmanuals.com

  • tracheobronchial tumors with involvement of the carina represent a challenging problem in the pulmonary surgery. carinal resection is referred to removal and reconstruction of the airway itself, whereas concomitant removal of the lung parenchyma (usually a whole lung) is termed as carinal pneumonectomy. thorough preoperative workup of these patients is mandatory. meticulous surgical technique and aggressive postoperative management is required for the best outcomes in these difficult cases. in the paper authors review surgical technique, evaluation and management of this challenging patient population. nih.gov