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caudal

1. Anatomy of or towards the posterior part of the body
2. Zoology relating to, resembling, or in the position of the tail

caudal

[′kȯd·əl]
(zoology)
Toward, belonging to, or pertaining to the tail or posterior end.
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Its fibers are ventrally oriented and the insertion on the ventral portion of the aponeurosis XIV The aponeurosis XIV is divided in two portions: the first inserts on the mandible fossa caudalis and the second on the mandible crista intercotylaris.
En nuestro medio ANDRADE (2002) cita la subespecie caudalis Bates como habitante del Choco biogeografico (?
Despues de producirse la sensibilizacion periferica se genera una sensibilizacion central tanto en las neuronas de segundo orden del nucleo de la pars caudalis como en las neuronas de tercer orden del talamo, las cuales son bombardeadas por una gran cantidad de impulsos anormales generados en las aferentes primarias que normalmente no generarian respuesta en esa area [3,12,13].
But if the triptan is unable to curb this process and ascending pain signals activate the trigeminal nucleus caudalis, it's game on: The resultant central sensitization is beyond the reach of that medication class.
Na face caudal da mandibula destacase a fossa caudal (fossa caudalis, FOC: Figura 1G), bem desenvolvida, sendo rasa e larga; delimita-se lateralmente com a cotila lateral, medialmente com a cotila medial e dorsalmente com a crista transversa (crista transversa fossae).
Because the pontis caudalis is in the reticular formation, one of the oldest (phylogenically) areas of the brainstem and essential to the basic functions of life, any sudden, unexpected, sharp sound (even sudden, unexpected laughter) will immediately command the startle reflex.
Effects of temporomandibular joint stimulation on nociceptive and nonnociceptive neurons of the cat's trigeminal subnucleus caudalis (medullary dorsal horn).
15,16) On the other hand, the pontine part of the trigeminal nucleus pars caudalis is supposed to play a key role in eliciting migraine headache.
19,21) Once the perivascular sensory trigeminal neurons are activated, they respond to stimuli by sending pain impulses to sensory neurons in the trigeminal nucleus caudalis (TNC) in the brainstem.
Convergence of cutaneous, tooth pulp, visceral, neck and mussle afferents onto nociceptive and non-nociceptive neurons in trigeminal subnucleus caudalis (medullary dorsal horn) and its implications for refered pain.
Los musculos evaluados son: Pectoralis major, Supracoracoideus, Coracobrachialis cranialis, Coracobrachialis caudalis, Scapulohumeralis, Subcoracoscapularis (pars subscapularis y pars subcoracoideus), Rhomboideus superficialis, Rhomboideus profundus, Extensor digitorum comunis, Deltoideus major, Deltoideus minor, Biceps brachii y Triceps brachii (pars scapulotriceps, pars humerotriceps y pars coracotriceps).
Later, it was shown that nucleus pontis caudalis (NPC) (48) as well as nucleus pontis oralis (NPO) (49) are involved in cortical activation.