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postaxial

 [pōst-ak´se-al]
behind an axis; in anatomy, referring to the medial (ulnar) aspect of the upper limb, and the lateral (fibular) aspect of the lower limb.

post·ax·i·al

(pōst-ak'sē-ăl),
1. Posterior to the axis of the body or any limb, the latter being in the anatomic position.
2. Denoting the portion of a limb bud that lies caudal to the axis of the limb: the ulnar aspect of the upper limb and the fibular aspect of the lower limb.

postaxial

/post·ax·i·al/ (pōst-ak´se-il) behind an axis; in anatomy, referring to the medial (ulnar) aspect of the upper arm, and the lateral (fibular) aspect of the lower leg.

postaxial

(pōst-ăk′sē-əl)
adj.
Located behind an axis of the body, as the lateral aspect of the lower leg or the medial aspect of the upper arm.

post·ax′i·al·ly adv.

postaxial

[pōst·ak′sē·əl]
Etymology: L, post, after; Gk, axon, axis
posterior to an axis. In anatomical usage, this refers to the medial (ulnar) aspect of the upper limb and the lateral (fibular) aspect of the lower limb.

post·ax·i·al

(pōst-ak'sē-ăl)
1. Posterior to the axis of the body or any limb, the latter being in the anatomic position.
2. Denoting the portion of a limb bud that lies caudal to the axis of the limb: the ulnar aspect of the upper limb and the fibular aspect of the lower limb.

postaxial

behind an axis; the ulnar aspect of the forelimb, and the fibular aspect of the hindlimb.
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