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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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It extended caudally from level of cribriform plate of ethmoid bone and rostrally merged with middle nasal meatus to open externally.
Caption: FIGURE 2: (a) A huge extruded disc herniation that migrated caudally (white arrow) at L4-5 level on T2 weighted sagittal lumbar MR images.
Although penile retroversion allows the surgeon to direct urinary outflow more caudally than does penile amputation without retroversion [13], no problems due to dysuria or misdirection of the urinary flow and consequent urine scalding were encountered.
Its fibers are ventrally oriented and insert on the dorsal surface of a tenuous aponeurosis XI that inserts on the medial surface of the mandible, caudally to the aponeurosis X.
The right kidney was dorsum caudally positioned from the liver while the left kidney was dorsum caudally positioned from greater curvature of the stomach.
Spectacles-shaped sclerite, rather well-sclerotised, with a stronger, melanised cylindrical structure caudally (Fig.
They have been found as far caudally as the lungs and peritoneum.
Clunium with a long, slender apophysis in the middle, about eight times as long as its basal width, directed caudally, between the long epiproctal processes, directed backwards (Figs.
Cervical-thoracic MRI, performed 22-day after the rash, showed contrast enhancing T2-hyperintense intramedullary lesions extending caudally from C2-C3 consistent with myelitis (Figure 1).
1), (6) The greater curvature is displaced superiorly, and the lesser curvature lies more caudally in the abdomen.
Diferentiating dermal sinuses from sacral dimples Dermal sinus Sacral dimple Location Anywhere from tip of Usually in the natal the nose to coccyx, cleft, directed slightly off the caudally towards tip midline of coccyx Appearance Punctuate, may be Much larger, almost almost invisible crater-like Associated Often skin Nil features discoloration or tuft of hair Complications Meningitis (often Mainly cosmetic recurrent), dermoid tumour Investigation MRI mandatory Seldom necessary