caudocephalad

cau·do·ceph·a·lad

(kaw'dō-sef'ăl-ad),
In a direction from the tail toward the head.

caudocephalad

[kô′dōsef′əlad]
Etymology: L, cauda, tail; Gk, kephale, head; L, ad, toward
movement from the tail toward the head.

caudocephalad

(kaw-dō-sĕf′ă-lăd) [L. cauda, tail, + Gr. kephale, head, + L. ad, toward]
Moving from the tail end toward the head.
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In the anterograde approach, which is one of the newest techniques, the electrode is moved toward the sacral roots in the caudocephalad direction after entering via the sacral hiatus (61).
For decades, researchers have investigated the human response under caudocephalad (headward) accelerations and the corresponding potential for thoracolumbar injury.
Much of the early work investigating thoracolumbar injury tolerance to caudocephalad (headward) acceleration was related to aviation and ejector seats.