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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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The site of the bleeding was clamped, and cornual resection with the conception products inside was done (Fig.
Cases of uterine rupture during labour have been reported in association with previous scar, placenta accreta in first and second trimesters and cornual dehiscence with history of salpingectomy.
A depression in the temporal line of the skull was found precisely in the cornual end of the line medial to the middle portion of the caudal boundary of the orbit (Figs.
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The cornual artery was identified and ligated using catgut no.
24,25) An additional feature that can be helpful is the "interstitial line sign," representing a thin echogenic line extending from the endometrial canal directly to the gestational sac, representing the cornual segment of the endometrial canal or interstitial portion of the fallopian tube (Figure 10).
McCausland's presentation documented another set of complications of post total ablation intrauterine contracture, including bleeding in the cornual area, causing cornual hematometra.
Proposed mechanisms by which myomas might adversely affect fertility include cornual myomas that involve or compress the interstitial segment of the tube, dysfunctional uterine contractility interfering with ovum or sperm transport or embryo implantation, and poor regional blood flow resulting in focal endometrial attenuation or ulceration.
Horn is the cornual process whose interior consists of irregular spaces that are actual continuation of frontal sinus of frontal bone (Singh and Kumar, 1993).
Cornual block was observed in 11 women in the primary infertility group but only one woman with secondary infertility.
Ultrasonographically, an echogenic line, which is felt to represent the interstitial portion of the fallopian tube, is seen extending into the cornual region and abutting the midportion of the eccentric gestational sac.