caudal


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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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melanura) based on a supposed slope difference of a caudal stripe extending from the caudal peduncle to around 1/3 body length.
Probably, the most frequently used method to further prolong post-operative analgesia following caudal block is to add different adjuvant drugs to the local anaesthetic solution.
A 21-gauge x 11/2" needle in non-obese patients and a 23-gauge x 89 mm Quinke spinal needle (due to its low cost as compared toughy's needle) for obese patients was used for localization of caudal epidural space.
Two types of caudal regression syndromes have been described: (2)
Methods: One hundred and ninety patients scheduled for transrectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsy were randomized equally into Group-A who received caudal block (20 ml 1.
Longitud craneal total (LCT): Dimensiones maximas del craneo cuando se colocan sobre una superficie plana desde la punta craneal de los huesos incisivos hacia el nivel caudal de la linea nucal (Fig.
The major nerves leaving from the cervicothoracic ganglion were vertebral nerve, two branches forming subclavian ansa (cranial and caudal branches) and thin nerve branches originating from the caudodorsal and caudoventral sides of ganglion.
The cranial cruciate and the caudal cruciate ligaments cross in the center of the stifle.