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caudate

 [kaw´dāt]
having a tail.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

cau·date

(kaw'dāt),
1. Tailed; possessing a tail.
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caudate

(kô′dāt′) also

caudated

(-dā′tĭd)
adj.
Having a tail or taillike appendage.

cau·da′tion n.
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caudate

Possessing a tail.
Collins Dictionary of Medicine © Robert M. Youngson 2004, 2005
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Interestingly, Bismuth-Corlette stage IIIa and particularly caudate lobectomy were associated with improved overall survival.
T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI T1)--axial (hyperintensity of right caudate nucleus and putamen).
In conclusion, injury of the prefrontocaudate tract was demonstrated in a patient who showed severe abulia following bilateral caudate infarction.
In addition, IQR increases in PAHs and N[O.sub.2] were associated with significantly smaller caudate volumes (-120 [mm.sup.3]; 95% CI: -211, -29 and 265 [mm.sup.3]; 95% CI: -474, -56, respectively.) Associations with school TRAP exposures were close to the null for other outcomes.
Though rare, the clinical syndrome of hemichorea-hemiballism in conjunction with hyperglycemia displays relatively characteristic imaging features typified by unilateral increased density within the putamen and, to a secondary extent, caudate nucleus and globus pallidus, accompanied by T1 shortening and hyperintensity on MR imaging.
CAU: caudate nucleus; GPe: external globus pallidus; GPi: internal globus pallidus; L: left; PUT: putamen; R: right.
For functional connectivity, significant positive correlations with onset age were found in the FCs between the right caudate and the right posterior cerebellum (MNI coordinate: x = -14,y = -68, and z = -45) (r = 0.46, P = 0.02, Figure 3(a)), but there was a negative correlation in FCs between the left putamen and the right occipital superior gyrus (r = -0.04, P = 0.04, Figure 3(b)).
The caudate vein orifice was then cannulated using a 5 F Glidecath and 0.035-inch Glidewire which were then navigated to the right liver intrahepatic venous confluence.
Amomum durum Amomum bungoensis Leave Lanceolate to linear Elliptic, oblong-elliptic Leave apex Acuminate Caudate Ligule Deeply bi-lobed, Bi-lobed, tomentose, black pubescent, membranous line at the margin Flower Creamy white Orange Stigma Cup-shaped open upward with Cup-shaped abruptly hair at the opening widening with cilia Anther crest Obscurely trilobed Distinct trilobed
[26] corroborated Likowski et al.'s [25] results by demonstrating that the caudate was activated during facial mimicry of happy expressions but introduced the new finding that it might also mediate processing of angry expressions.
Parkinsonism was studied using [sup.123]I-ioflupane SPECT (DaTSCAN), which revealed asymmetrical tracer uptake in the caudate nuclei (decreased uptake in the left caudate nucleus) and a near-complete lack of activity in the putamina, particularly on the left side (Figure 1).
Therefore, we just sutured the rupture of the hepatic caudate lobe and cleared part of the hematoma after the ligation of the bleeding artery.