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(anatomy) any structure that resembles a horn in shape

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diatraeae are slender in form and have hatchet-like labrums and dorsal cornua that are longer than the ventral cornua.
Thus, both novels transform the common fishermen Cornua and Harry Morgan into heroes while lamenting the hollow habits of the rich, painting them in burlesque colors.
Radiographically, the finding most suggestive of interstitial pregnancy is what is known as the "interstitial line" sign, which represents an echogenic line that extends from the endometrial canal into the upper regions of the cornua and borders the margin of the intramural gestational sac.
Kirchheimer (1977), following suggestions by Fourtau (1899) and Blanckenhorn (1901), argued that Pliny's cornua ammonis were in fact large Paleogene specimens of the gastropod Natica rather than ammonite fossils.
Perhaps it ultimately goes back to Merlin's fifty-sixth prophecy--'Expellet ilium per regni diuersatoria sed cornua sua in muros Exonie [MS var.
Incisions are then made in the septum from the midline to the respective cornua.
victima labe carens et praestantissima forma 130 (nam placuisse nocet) vittis insignis et auro sistitur ante aras auditque ignara precantem inponique suae videt inter cornua fronti, quas coluit, fruges percussaque sanguine cultros inficit in liquida preavisos forsitan unda.
Atypical locations for an ectopic pregnancy include the cornua, the cervix and the abdomen.
Unfortunately endometrial tissue persists in the cornua or fundus in as many as 95% of cases, according to MRI studies cited by Dr.
The laudes of the king there include a pastiche of royal attributes, among them the claim from Moses' blessing on Joseph in Deuteronomy that `[may his] his horns [be] the horns of a rhinoceros' (`Cornua renocerotis cornua illius').
Such a choice is irrelevant when a flexible hysteroscope is used because the end of the scope moves freely and flexes up to 110 degrees, allowing for adequate visualization of the cornua and the tubal ostia.
With hysteroscopy, the view is limited to the endometrial surfaces, and it is not possible to view the depth of myometrial involvement of uterine fibroids, although a global view of the endocervix and endometrium is possible and the cornua is easily visualized, she added.
I have done balloon ablations in the past and I always have looked up immediately afterward with my hysteroscope and have found good central destruction of the endometrium; however, there was a viable, abundant tissue in both cornua in every patient.