posterior part

pos·te·ri·or part

[TA]
the posterior portion of the anterior commissure of the brain.
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"Do you see this thing?" and he extended what appeared to be a bundle of tentacles from the posterior part of his head.
Richardson has remarked, with the posterior part of their bodies rather wide and with the skin on their flanks rather full, to the so-called flying squirrels; and flying squirrels have their limbs and even the base of the tail united by a broad expanse of skin, which serves as a parachute and allows them to glide through the air to an astonishing distance from tree to tree.
It was unable to submerge as its posterior part remained above the sea surface,' Mr Razzaq said, adding that it's an adult female about 23 inches long with a slight old injury on its posterior part.
Bleeding farther back in the nose is known as a posterior bleed and is usually due to bleeding from Woodruff's plexus, a venous plexus situated in the posterior part of inferior meatus.
--With yellow markings on scutellum, metanotum, propodeum, and posterior part of T1 (sometimes on posterior part of other terga) ...
2: AOP - posterior part of anterior olfactory nucleus, AOM - medial part of anterior olfactory nucleus, and AOV - ventral part of anterior olfactory nucleus.
It is on the posterior part of pubic bone over the obturator fossa (Figure 8).
The nearest distance was measured between the most posterior part of the SSC and the point marked by the perpendicular line drawn from the medial border of the petrous bone to the most posterior part of the IAC (D) (Figure 8).
The left IAF on the posterior part of the neural arch (superior to the convex inferior articular facet) showed an extension of the articular surface at its lower border, a shape apparently attributed to lumbar biomechanics.
X, a 28 year old male working as a farmer, presented to the psychiatry outpatient department with severe pain over the back and posterior part of the head for 5 months.
Her physical examination showed a total of 7 erythematous lesions both in the left crus: 1 in the lateral 1/3 of the proximal part, 1 in the posterior part, and 2 in the lateral 1/3 of the distal part; and in the right crus: 1 in the posterior 1/3 of the proximal part, 1 in the lateral 1/3 of the middle part, and 1 in the anterior 1/3 of the distal part [Figure 1].
The most common finding was seen in posterior part of larynx - arytenoids and inter arytenoid region and posterior part of vocal cords [Table 2].

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