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TO

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TONGA.

TO

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Kingdom of Tonga. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Tongan bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Tonga. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Tonga. Each division has its own code with the prefix "TO." For example, the code for 'Eua is ISO 3166-2:TO-01.
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To our knowledge, this is the first case to describe TOS as a complication of intramedullary fixation with a Knowles pin for nonunion of a clavicular fracture.
They interpreted their results as follows: high TOS levels meant increased oxidants in BD, and that the TAS value was high due to the reactive increment in order to balance the system, but this reactive increment in antioxidants was not sufficient, therefore OSI was also higher in the patient group, indicating the impairment of the system in favor of oxidants.
Although many intellectual publications opt for a "nonprofit" status (as do Reason and Democracy Journal), TOS does not.
Interestingly, in none of the patient TOS was terminated for threatened scar rupture, and in one patient in whom TOS was terminated for fetal distress there was partial scar dehiscence intraoperatively.
3] suggested that brachial plexus abnormalities are extremely common and that this anatomy may be a risk factor for certain pathologies, including TOS.
If we diagnose new cases with true neurogenic TOS, we can verify the compressive tissue surgically and hopefully, patients benefit from surgical treatment.
Revision of the clavicle, which would involve dividing the bone in its mid-third and pre-bending the plate in order for the clavicle to be curved anteriorly to create more space under its surface for the artery and vein to pass, may fail to resolve the TOS and further destabilise the clavicle.
Within the examined strategic alliances, they had an impressive participation both in proportional terms and in absolute terms: 49 out of 71 TOS for molecule research.
Although the seminar room in the library was graced with comfort and convenience, the committee decided to change the location to the College of Education building for the next TOS session.
TOS comprises three phases: the early acute phase, an intermediate phase involving neurologic complaints and intense muscle pain, and, for approximately 60% of victims, a chronic phase marked by motor and sensory nerve disorders and muscle pain and cramping.
The research team was trained by a licensed physical therapist to perform the Adson's test, a TOS screening test.
Currently using the TOS to manage seven sites from one central location, Transnet Port Terminals chose SPARCS N4 to become more operationally efficient, as well as improve the customer experience.