Ad scribendum vero scriptorium, pennas, cretam, pumices duo, cornua
duo, scalpellum unum, ad radenda pergamena novaculas sive rasoria duo, punctorium unum, subulam unam, plumbum, regulam, postem ad regulandum, tabulas, graphium" (79).
If the patient's symptoms are systemic and possibly reflective of PET fiber reactions, a wedge resection of the cornua
may provide more peace of mind that PET fibers will not be left in situ.
Identify the fundus and the position of the uterine cavity by locating both uterine cornua
and imagining a straight line between them.
In the caudal block Group C, on the other hand, after anaesthetising the patient by the standard general anaesthesia method, the patient was put in lateral decubitus position, and following the necessary sterilisation and covering procedures, in line with the absolute asepsis and antisepsis conditions in surgery, sacral cornua
was palpated, sacral hiatus was located, and bupivacaine 0.
Usually, the fifth inferior articular process of sacrum is connected to the coccygeal cornua
by intercornual ligaments and forms the sacral hiatus.
Particular findings include horizontal thyroid cartilage fractures (Figure 1), fractures of the superior thyroid cornua
as well as hyoid fractures (Figure 2), malalignment and malposition injuries.
Hypopharyngeal sclerites and dorsal and ventral cornua
heavily sclerotized except posterior ends of cornua
, which are lightly sclerotized.
imbellem non sic amplexa iuuencum infestante lupo tunc primum feta tuetur mater et ancipiti circumfert cornua
gyro; ipsa nihil metuens sexusque oblita minoris spumat et ingentes imitatur femina tauros.
56 in gravid cornua
and Singh (1994) mentioned higher number of cotyledons 75.
Pharyngeal sclerite (PS) wing-like, cornua
of vesica spermalis in lateral view: covered by lateral lobe (1), exposed (2).
Laura: Vide, uide, in filio uidentur cornua