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cornu

 [kor´noo] (pl. cor´nua) (L.)
cornu ammo´nis hippocampus.
cornu sacra´le either of two hook-shaped processes extending downward from the arch of the last sacral vertebra.
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cor·nu

, gen.

cor·nus

, pl.

cor·nu·a

(kōr'nū, -nŭs, -nū-ă),
1.
See also: lateral ventricle. Synonym(s): horn
2. Any structure composed of horny substance.
See also: lateral ventricle.
3. One of the coronal extensions of the dental pulp underlying a cusp or lobe.
See also: lateral ventricle.
4. The major subdivisions of the lateral ventricle in the cerebral hemisphere (the frontal horn, occipital horn, and temporal horn).
See also: lateral ventricle.
5. The major divisions of the gray columns of the spinal cord (anterior horn, lateral horn, and posterior horn).
[L. horn]
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cornu

(kôr′no͞o, -nyo͞o)
n. pl. cor·nua (-no͞o-ə, -nyo͞o-ə)
A part or structure, such as a bony protuberance, that resembles a horn.

cor′nu·al (-əl) adj.
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cor·nu

, pl. cornua (kōr'nū, -nū-ă) [TA]
1. Synonym(s): horn.
2. Any structure composed of horny substance.
3. One of the coronal extensions of the dental pulp underlying a cusp or lobe.
4. The major subdivisions of the lateral ventricle in the cerebral hemisphere (the frontal horn, occipital horn, and temporal horn).
See also: lateral ventricle
5. The major divisions of the gray columns of the spinal cord (anterior horn, lateral horn, posterior horn).
[L. horn]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

cor·nu

, pl. cornua (kōr'nū, -nū-ă) [TA]
1. [TA]
Synonym(s): horn.
2. One of the coronal extensions of the dental pulp underlying a cusp or lobe.
[L. horn]
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Caption: View of "John Cornu and Peter Downsbrough," 2018.
At Redjaouna station, only 7 omnipresent species are counted, they are Cornu aspersa maxima, Cornu aspersa aspersa, Theba pisana, Xerosecta cespitum, Rumina decollata, Rumina paivae and Oxychylus sp.
Cornu aspersum had a mean wave speed to crawling speed ratio of 2.2 [+ or -] 0.1 when crawling on a horizontal surface, and a mean wave speed to crawling speed ratio of 3.2 [+ or -] 0.2 on a vertical surface.
Genital plate elongated poorly S-shaped; lateral plate distinctly large rounded-oval; spermatheca deeply L-shaped with cornu distinctly short than ramus nodulus absent; infundibulum present; sperm duct very short.
The sulfate waters are stationed in the area of the village Cornu de Sus, on the Strajictea hill, where there is improper collection.
The word cor, horn, comes from the Latin term cornu, which derives from the Greek keras.
Male stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a common complication after prostate surgery due to urethral sphincter dysfunction or bladder dysfunction (Cornu et al., 2009; Moul, 2011; Rehder & Gozzi, 2007).
The dorsal cornu is more pigmented towards the ventral region and pointed posteriorly elongated.
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