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cornu

[′kȯr·nü]
(anatomy)
A horn or hornlike structure.
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By palpating the sacral cornua as 2 bony prominences, the sacral hiatus could be identified as a dimple in between.
A case series of removal of nickel-titanium sterilization microinserts from the uterine cornua using laparoscopic electrocautery for salpingectomy.
The autopsy had revealed that Sana had been strangled to death, her voice box was swollen and the right cornua of her hyoid bone (in the neck) had been dislocated.
Uterus was packed using sterile gauze of approximately 3-4 meters soaked in povidone iodine solution starting from one cornua to other cornua of uterus in such a way that no empty space left behind using uterine dressing forceps.
The isthmus is sealed and divided from its attachment to the uterine cornua, and a clamp is placed on the remaining round ligament/ utero-ovarian ligament complex.
franki ventral cornua truncated at posterior end; posterior end of S.
Atypical locations for an ectopic pregnancy include the cornua, the cervix and the abdomen.
According to the report, the victim's voice box was swollen and the right cornua of her hyoid bone had been dislocated.