inferiorly, a transverse incision must be made through the crico-thyreoid or crico-tracheal membrane, or lower in the trachea.
These cavities are bounded superiorly by the sphenoid and 390 ethmoid bones; inferiorly, by the hard palate.
It is in relation, anteriorly and inferiorly, with the posterior ulnar muscle.
early 15c., of land, "low, lower," from Latin inferior "lower, further down" (also used figuratively), comparative of inferus (adj.) "that is below or beneath," from infra "below" (see infra-). Meaning "lower in degree, rank, or importance" is from 1530s; also in an absolute sense, "of low quality or rank."
"person inferior to another in rank, etc.," early 15c., from inferior (adj.).
inferior in·fe·ri·or (ĭn-fēr'ē-ər)
Low or lower in order, degree, or rank.
Low or lower in quality, value, or estimation.
Situated below or directed downward.
In human anatomy, situated nearer the soles in relation to a reference point.