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  Sumer's Radiology Site
The brainstem, cranial nerves, and the lower portion of the cerebellum may be stretched or compressed.The blockage of CSF flow may also cause a syrinx to form, eventually leading to syringomyelia.
Since ligaments and menisci demonstrate a hypointense signal with all pulse sequences, the displaced fragment will mimic a second PCL that is anterior and inferior to the true ligament, hence the name "double PCL sign" Discussion is from Radiology 2004;233:503-504.
Sumer Sethi is the author of very popular handbook "Review of Radiology"for medical students.
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  Sumer
Sumer represented one half of Mesopotamia, where Akkad, to the north, represented the other half.
From early on, Sumer consisted of 12 city-states: Adab, Akshak, Bad-tibira Erech, Kish, Lagash, Larak, Larsa, Nippur, Sippar, Umma and Ur.
Around 2500: King Lugalanemundu of Adab extends Sumer to cover the area from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea, bordering the Taurus mountains in the north, and the Zagros mountains in the east.
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  Sumer - MSN Encarta
The history of Sumer has been reconstructed from fragmentary cuneiform inscriptions on clay tablets and from other archaeological evidence found at the site.
The indigenous people of northern Sumer and their conquerors gradually fused to become an ethnic and linguistic group known as the Akkadians.
The first major excavations leading to the discovery of Sumer were conducted (1842 to 1854) at Assyrian sites such as Nineveh, Dur Sharrukin, and Calah by the French archaeologists Paul Émile Botta and Victor Place; the British archaeologists Sir Austen Henry Layard and Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson; and the Iraqi archaeologist Hormuzd Rassam.
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  Sumer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sumer is considered the first settled society in the world to have manifested all the features needed to qualify fully as a "civilization".
In the earliest known period Sumer was divided into several independent city-states, whose limits were defined by canals and boundary stones.
Because ancient Sumer was located in southern Iraq, a new movement was started in 2005 by many secular Shiites (led by a Baqr Yassin) to make the southern three provinces of Basra, Amara, and Nasariyah into an autonomous zone called "Sumer," similar to the arrangement the Kurds have with Kurdistan now.
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 Sumer - MSN Encarta
The history of Sumer has been reconstructed solely from fragmentary writings on clay tablets and from other evidence uncovered and interpreted by modern archaeologists.
Several centuries later, as the Ubaidian settlers prospered, Semites from Syrian and Arabian deserts began to infiltrate, both as peaceful immigrants and as raiders in quest of booty.
The people of northern Sumer and the conquering invaders, fusing gradually, became known ethnically and linguistically as Akkadians.
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 SUMER Homepage
SUMER is a UV telescope and spectrometer that was designed and built with international cooperation at the Max-Planck-Institut für Aeronomie (MPAe), Lindau, Germany, from 1987 to 1995.
Since the beginning of 1996, SUMER works successfully at a distance approximately 1.5 million kilometers from Earth towards the Sun and delivers research data about the solar atmosphere that are analysed and archived at various institutions.
The structure of magnetic loops over an active region at the solar limb, observed by SUMER on 06 May 1996.
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 Sumerian Mythology FAQ   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sumer was a collection of city states around the Lower Tigris and Euphrates rivers in what is now southern Iraq.
Sumer was one of the first literate civilizations leaving many records of business transactions, and lessons from schools.
The god of the plain or "king of the mountain", he is the god placed in charge of the plant and animal life on the plain of Sumer by Enki.
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 Sumer
Each city-state of Sumer was run by a small group of leaders and a chief leader chose by that group.
The city-states of Sumer often waged war on outsiders and on each other, to enlarge their farmlands or to protect it.
The highest social class in Sumer was made up of the kings, priests, and other important leaders and their families.
www.bow.k12.nh.us /draynard/sumer.htm   (1046 words)

  
 Sumer
Sumer represented one half of Mesopotamia, where Akkad, to the north, represented the other half.
From early on, Sumer consisted of 12 city-states: Adab, Akshak, Bad-tibira Erech, Kish, Lagash, Larak, Larsa, Nippur, Sippar, Umma and Ur.
It was the inhabitants of Sumer that developed the first pictographic writing system, which after a few hundred years developed into the writing style that we now call cuneiform.
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