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cornu

[′kȯr·nü]
(anatomy)
A horn or hornlike structure.
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However, the closer the coil is the uterine side, the deeper you'll need to dissect into the cornual region of the uterus.
Cornual, interstitial, and angular pregnancies: Clarifying the terms and a review of the literature.
Although in some American and European literature, the term 'interstitial pregnancy' is used as a synonym to 'cornual pregnancy', they should be considered as two different clinical situations; however, a pregnancy is referred to as a cornual pregnancy if the implantation occurs in one horn of a bicornuate uterus or in one-half of a septate or sub-septate uterus.
We report the case of a spontaneous cornual uterine rupture at 28 weeks.
The cornual processes were not visible because the heads were obtained from previously dehorned animals.
The interstitial or cornual region that traverses the muscular wall of the uterus.
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.
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.
The failures were caused by unsuspected pathology and debris remaining in the cornual regions after the ablation, which made it difficult to visualize the tubal ostia.
A cornual implantation can be difficult to detect because the embryo is surrounded by the: