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cornual

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

cor·nu·al

(kōr'nū-ăl),
Relating to a cornu.

cor·nu·al

(kōr'nū-ăl)
Relating to a cornu.
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The diagnosis of cornual occlusion was made if there is no passage of dye to the fallopian tubes.
Traditionally, the treatment of interstitial pregnancy involves hysterectomy or cornual resection, although more conservative approaches have been recently introduced.
Transvaginal ultrasound-guided methotrexate injection of cornual ectopic pregnancy.
Although the ultrasound and CT scan abdomen showed haemoperitonuem the cornual uterine defect remained undiagnosed and the cause of bleed was mistakenly attributed to the liver cyst.
Ultrasound diagnosis of ectopic pregnancy in the non-communicating horn of a unicornuate uterus (cornual pregnancy).
El embarazo cornual se debe a la implantacion del saco gestacional en la porcion intramural proximal de la trompa de Falopio (en la pared muscular del utero), y es de localizacion peligrosa, debido a que por su ubicacion (entre el ostium y la porcion itsmica de la trompa), tiene una mayor masa muscular, con gran irrigacion sanguinea proveniente de las ramas de las arterias uterina y ovarica, lo que le genera consecuencias potencialmente catastroficas, incluyendo la muerte, si el diagnostico no se realiza o se hace tardiamente (ya que la rotura suele ser mas tardia, entre la octava y decima semanas e incluso en edades gestacionales mas avanzadas), y representa una mortalidad materna de hasta el 2,2% (17,18,19,20).
The temporal crest began below the cornual process and ended into a sharp and small tubercle caudolateral to the external auditory meatus, while it ended into a blunt tubercle in Kagani goat [6] and cattle 13].
The interstitial or cornual region that traverses the muscular wall of the uterus.
In the same study, 28.2% (n = 9) of patients complained of abdominal pain a between days 4 and 8, and one patient was found to have a ruptured cornual ectopic pregnancy at laparoscopy.
Cornual occlusion and hydrosalpinx were the leading abnormalities of the fallopian tube, being 32.2% and 20.3% respectively, while beading was the least tubal abnormality recorded in 1.4%, suggesting that abnormalities of the fallopian tube are probably still a prominent contributor to infertility in their community.
Methotrexate may be used for primary treatment of ectopic pregnancy, for persistent ectopic pregnancy following tubal sparing surgery, as prophylaxis to reduce persistent ectopic pregnancy following salpingostomy, and in cornual and cervical pregnancies.