ventrad of the intestine these branches reunite so that the gut is surrounded by a vascular circle.
ventrad of the tail end of the embryo the ectoderm presents at this time a depression (Fig. 21).
The loop of the duodenum with the head portion of the pancreas will be seen caudad of the liver and ventrad of the right kidney.
The palpal lobes large and rounded, bulging conspicuously forward and ventrad; separated by a deep furrow.
ventrad to the stomach the intestine, i, is cut in three places, of which the most dorsal section is the largest.
Winter pelage comes in first on the rump and spreads caudad and ventrad.
ventrad ven·trad (věn'trād)
Toward the ventral side or surface.