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- adv. In a caudal manner; with regard to a tail
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Toward the tail; caudad.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. toward the posterior end of the body
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It has continuations cranially along the uterus and caudally along the vagina.
Its casque was described as intermediate between that of C. unappendiculatus and C. bennetti, being compressed rostrally but mound-like caudally.
About 1300 of them were caudally administered morphine, of which 500 were with children.
It connects, caudally, with the anterior end of the pancreas, while at its other extremity, near the antero-ventral corner of the liver; it ends blindly.
The Pectoralis major and minor arise in the cervical region, receive their nerves while in this position and as the muscle mass migrates and extends caudally over the thorax the nerves are carried along.
The nerves enter the arm bud when it still lies in the cervical region and as the arm shifts caudally over the thorax the lower cervical nerves which unite to form the brachial plexus, acquire a caudal direction.
The Trapezius and Sternocleidomastoideus arise in the lateral occipital region as a common muscle mass, into which at a very early period the nervus accessorius extends and as the muscle mass migrates and extends caudally the nerve is carried with it.
Probably a comparison more caudally gifted than one which has just been published, with the honoured name of the late Mr. Cobden annexed to it, has scarcely been penned since Perrault wrote.
Neural tube defects (NTDs) are serious birth defects that result from the failure of the neural tube to close in the cranial region (anencephaly) or more caudally along the spine
Bladder repair done under general anesthesia in dorsal recumbancy with a midline incision very far caudally on the midline Penile Warts