caudad


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caudad

 [kaw´dad]
directed toward the tail or distal end; opposite of cephalad.

cau·dad

(kaw'dad),
1. In a direction toward the tail.
See also: inferior.
2. Situated nearer the tail in relation to a specific reference point; opposite of craniad.
See also: inferior.

caudad

/cau·dad/ (kaw´dad) directed toward the tail or distal end; opposite to cephalad.

caudad

(kô′dăd′)
adv.
Toward the tail or posterior end of the body; caudally.

caudad

[kô′dad]
Etymology: L, cauda, tail
toward the tail or end of the body, away from the head. Compare cephalad.

cau·dad

(kaw'dad)
1. In a direction toward the tail.
2. Situated nearer the tail in relation to a specific reference point; opposite of craniad.
See also: inferior

caudad (kˑ·dad),

adj directed toward the rear or tail.

cau·dad

(kaw'dad)
In a direction toward the tail.

caudad

directed toward the tail or distal end; opposite of cephalad.
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Laccocoris limicola is in the spurcus group, which is characterized as having slightly shortened membranes of the hemelytra and brachypterous or micropterous hindwings, and the posterolateral angles of the pronotum are more or less acute and recurved caudad (Poisson 1949; Linnavuori 1987).
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If the pleura is difficult to distinguish from the rib, gross cephalad or caudad translation of the probe will display the intervening ribs as the more superficial echogenic structure causing dropout.
4) This manifests in several ways: (i) an increase in cephalad and caudad peak velocities; (ii) spatial inhomogeneity in velocities; (iii) simultaneous bidirectional flow; and (iv) substantial net craniad or caudad flows within particular voxels and sub regions during the cardiac cycle (Figs 4a - d and 5a - f).
An axial image of the same patient a few centimeters caudad demonstrated distended collateral vessels secondary to left renal vein compression adjacent to the renal hilum (Figure 2).
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