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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
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caudal

[′kȯd·əl]
(zoology)
Toward, belonging to, or pertaining to the tail or posterior end.
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maguari and narrow in the other species, articulating caudally with the pars choanalis of the palatine and with the rostroparasphenoid by the facies articularis vomeralis.
A cadaver model demonstrated that when 20 ml of fluid was performed at T7 transverse process, the fluid spreads to the level of the C 7-T 2 vertebra levels cranially and L2-3 vertebra levels caudally [7].
However, as the ureteric bud incorporates into the bladder, the upper pole ureteric bud rotates and migrates more caudally than the lower pole ureteric bud.
Further development of this thyroid diverticulum occurs into a solid cellular cord known as the thyroglossal duct, which duct grows caudally and divides to produce the thyroid lobes and the isthmus.
Objective: To compare the postoperative analgesic efficacy of ropivacaine 0.175% and bupivacaine 0.175% injected caudally into infants for lower abdominal surgery.
At the cephalic end, the abscess began at the level of C4-5 and extended caudally to the level of the sacrum at S1.
The ureters began in the renal pelvis in the hilum region and followed caudally until the oval-shaped urinary bladder.
Although filiform papillae were caudally inclined, papillae located in the rows in the lateral margins of the tongue (right and left) were inclined latero-caudally (Figures 1 and 2C).
On examination, utilizing a flexible laryngoscope, the patient was found to have a lesion of the left false vocal cord, extending caudally to the left true vocal cord and ventricle (Figure 1).
Synersaga is generally characterized by the following features: forewing yellow brown or dark brown, slightly broader distally; venation with R free or connate with [R.sub.4+5], [M.sub.3] and [CuA.sub.2] short stalked or connate; male genitalia with a listric uncus, juxta with 2 strong lateral lobes caudally, aedeagus as long as valva.