proximad


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proximad

 [prok´sĭ-mad]
in a proximal direction.

prox·i·mad

(prok'si-mad),
In a direction toward a proximal part, or toward the center; not distad.
[L. proximus, nearest, next, + ad, to]

proximad

/prox·i·mad/ (prok´sĭ-mad) in a proximal direction.

prox·i·mad

(prok'si-mad)
In a direction toward a proximal part, or toward the center; not distad.
[L. proximus, nearest, next, + ad, to]

prox·i·mad

(prok'si-mad)
In a direction toward a proximal part, or toward the center; not distad.
[L. proximus, nearest, next, + ad, to]

proximad

in a proximal direction.
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In ET 4396 (L85-6), the trochlear surface projects slightly more proximad and is oriented somewhat obliquely so that it is visible in internal view.
1]-Rs just proximad of submarginal band with a narrow blue line overlapping both in costal cell; medial band less well-defined than on dorsum consisting of individual and well-separated macules; postbasal band also vague, most prominent cephalad.
1]-Rs just proximad of submarginal band with a vague narrow blue line overlapping both in costal cell; medial band less well-defined than on dorsum, prominent only in [CuA.