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IUS (intrauterine system) n. a removable hormonal contraceptive device that is inserted into the uterus. Consisting of a plastic T-shaped frame that carries a progestogen (levonorgestrel) in a sleeve around its stem, it provides a long-term method of contraception that is also reversible. Trade name: Mirena.

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IUS Astronautics inertial upper stage
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• intrauterine system (contraceptive device)

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