cornual

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cornual

 (kor´noo-al)
pertaining to a horn or cornu.

cor·nu·al

(kōr'nū-ăl),
Relating to a cornu.

cornual

/cor·nu·al/ (kor´nu-al) pertaining to a horn, especially to the horns of the spinal cord.

cor·nu·al

(kōr'nū-ăl)
Relating to a cornu.

cornual, cornuate

pertaining to a horn: (1) to the horns of the spinal cord, (2) to the horns of a cow, bull, buck or ram.

cornual nerve block
regional anesthesia applied to the base of the bovine frontal horn core for the purpose of performing a painless cornuectomy.
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Local analgesia was achieved with cornual nerve block (Fig.
Manjunath (2013) opined that dehorning for horn fracture performed under general anaesthesia using Xylazine and Ketamine was better than dehorning under Xylazine sedation with cornual nerve block as former caused less pain and stress.
and Lignocaine hydrochloride respectively for cornual nerve block.
We used combination of Xylazine hydrochloride and cornual nerve block for smooth conduction of surgery, which was also followed by Giri et al.
IM and cornual nerve block with 2% Lignocaine hcl in standing position with positive head restraint.
Under sedation and cornual nerve block, horn amputation was undertaken by flap method.
For surgery, animals were restrained in lateral recumbency after performing cornual nerve block and sedation with Xylazine @ 0.