The body in the type is somewhat fusiform, being narrowed both ways from the middle but more strongly so caudad.
Cephalad of the hepatic artery is the developing omentum, caudad of the vessel the mesoduodenum.
Eighty-five sections (figure 7, X) caudad to the one under discussion the trachea divides into the two bronchi.
Dextro-caudad: extends obliquely between dextrad and caudad.
caudad, the lesser omentum and the suspensory ligament are seen to have a common concave falciform edge.
Post antennal organs: in Collembola, oblong or ellipsoidal organs situated just caudad of the bases of the antenna.
The second branchia attached just caudad of the first on the caudal region of somite III.
The section is caudad to one lung and cuts the extreme tip of the other, lu.
caudad: toward the posterior end of the body, along the median line.
caudad cau·dad (kô'dād')
Toward the tail or posterior end of the body; caudally.