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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For the purposes of this study, we considered standard length to be from the end of the longest jaw to the end of the caudal peduncle.
There are conflicting views regarding the benefits of caudal epidural steroid injections (CEI) in treating a variety of lower back disorders.
Caudal, comprised of Esicuba and La Isla (general insurance); Reaseguradora de La Habana (reinsurance); Financiera Caudal (financial services); Asistur (travel services) and Intermar (inspection and damage adjustments), currently insures economic assets for over $8 billion.
Frenchman Arnaud Caudal, 27, knocked down Graham Price, 47, because he could not see out of his frosted up windscreen.
Arnaud Caudal, 27, had denied causing the death of a 47-year-old senior ambulanceman by dangerous driving.
La planificacion apropiada del caudal hereditarie es esencial para minimizar el impacto de impuestes come el de sucesion, transferencias gratuitas y salto generacional, sebre todo perque las leyes fiscales estadounidenses tratan de manera diferente a los residentes y a los extranjeros demiciliades en Estades Unidos.
Nearly all of these involve caudal luring whereby tail motions mimic invertebrate larvae and serve as lures, typically for lacertilian prey.
Canonical analysis provided separation based on alterations in eye size, head shape, and caudal peduncle region.