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Atrus is the main fictional protagonist in the Myst series of books and computer games. He is a member of the ancient D'ni civilization and the owner of Myst Island, for which the series is named. He is seen as one of the greatest Writers of Ages. He was named after his grandfather Aitrus.
- occupation: Inventor
- parent of Yeesha
Phrases with Atrus
- Tabanus Atrus
- Gonyleptes Atrus
- Homalictus atrus
- Tricentrus Atrus
- Lachnobolus Atrus
- Pastinachus Atrus
- Species Tabanus Atrus
- Species Gonyleptes Atrus
- species Homalictus atrus
- Species Tricentrus Atrus
- Species Lachnobolus Atrus
- Species Pastinachus Atrus
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Clinical and Laboratory Aspects by Beth H. Shaz, Christopher D. Hillyer, Mikhail Roshal, Charles S. Abrams
Amegakaryocytic Thrombocytopenia with Radio/Ulnar Synostosis (ATRUS): ATRUS is an autosomal dominant congenital thrombocytopenia characterized by skeletal abnormalities (radio-ulnar synostosis, hip dysplasia, clinodactyly/ syndactyly) and sensorineural hearing loss. Patients present in the neonatal period with severe thrombocytopenia that may improve with time, but some patients may develop progressive cytopenias and eventual bone marrow failure. Mutation analysis of ...
by Alan D. Michelson
ATRUS is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by amegakaryocytic thrombocytopenia, skeletal anomalies (including radio-ulnar synostosis, hip dysplasia, clinodactyly, and syndactyly), and sensorineural hearing loss.51 This disorder often presents initially with severe thrombocytopenia that may improve with time. Evaluation of two of the kindreds reported demonstrated a mutation in the HoxA11 gene,52 a part of the homeobox group of regulatory proteins important in ...
by Stuart H. Orkin, David G. Nathan, David Ginsburg, A. Thomas Look, David E. Fisher, Samuel Lux IV
ATRUS is an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by amegakaryocytic thrombocytopenia, skeletal anomalies (including radioulnar synostosis, hip dysplasia, and clinodactyly or syndactyly), and sensorineural hearing loss.229 The ...
The popular encyclopedia; or, 'Conversations Lexicon': [ed. by A. Whitelaw from the Encyclopedia Americana]. (1846)
by Alexander Whitelaw
Only the garrison of the castle of the Mores, on the Little Dardanelles, north of 1' atrus, and the opposite Lepanto, rejected the capitulation of 1'ntras. They murdered the pacha, ami the French general Schneider was obliged to make a breach before the Turks surrendered at discretion (October 30). The Turks were all now carried to Smyrna by the French admiral Rigny. The commanders of Coron, Modon and Patras, Achmet Bey, Mustapha and Jacobi, fled to France, to escape the anger ...
by Abraham Rees
ARCHIATER, ARchi Atrus, formed of 232n, printipium, chief, and lat;0;, medicus, a physician, properly denotes the chief physician of a prince who retains several. On the real signification of the term, or on the office and designation of the Archiater, authors are not agreed: some, as Hieronimus Mercurialis, confidering it as a title given to the physician to the emperor or prince; others, as Alciatus, Meibomius, &c. as belonging to the principal physician in the country, who had some power ...
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