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posterior

1. Zoology (of animals) of or near the hind end
2. Botany (of a flower) situated nearest to the main stem
3. Anatomy dorsal or towards the spine
4. the buttocks; rump

posterior

[pä′stir·ē·ər]
(zoology)
The hind end of an organism.
Toward the back, or hinder end, of the body.
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After taking permission from hospital ethical committee, patients fulfilling the inclusion criteria (Individuals between 50-70 years of age irrespective of gender having posterior capsular opacification diagnosed on slit lamp examination and more than six month's follow-up after cataract surgery) and exclusion criteria (cases of glaucoma, IOL implant in traumatic cataract, combined procedure, diabetic retinopathy or any other retinal disease and postoperative complications such as endophthalmitis) were selected.
Conclusion: The reestablishment of the posterior stability after the PCL-released CR TKA was demonstrated.
Accessory Apical Segmental Arteries (ASA) usually arise from posterior segmental artery.
The rate of teratomas that have been observed to arise in the posterior mediastinum or the ones that extend to the posterior mediastinum is only 3%.
ST segment elevation posterior myocardial infarction was diagnosed in accordance with the clinical presentation and registered ECG changes (Figure 2).
Conclusion: Incisional CSF leaks after posterior fossa surgery should be managed with re-suturing of the wound and concomitant CSF lumbar drainage, instead of an initial trial of conservative therapy alone.
Conclusion: The frequency of posterior fossa epidural hematoma was more in males.
Furthermore, even in the absence of the posterior capsule, residual lens fibers may migrate to the intact vitreous surface and form secondary opaque membranes.
This species represent the primitive form of the genus Bos in having a vestigial posterior keel.
The report provides a snapshot of the global therapeutic landscape of Posterior Uveitis
INTRACTABLE SHOULDER DYSTOCIA: A POSTERIOR AXILLA MANEUVER MAY SAVE THE DAY"
1 And it is known that most of the posterior dislocation of the shoulder occur due to epileptic seizures.