Word Origin for caudad
Examples from the Web for caudad
Dextro-caudad: extends obliquely between dextrad and caudad.
Eighty-five sections (figure 7, X) caudad to the one under discussion the trachea divides into the two bronchi.
Caudad, the lesser omentum and the suspensory ligament are seen to have a common concave falciform edge.The Anatomy of the Human Peritoneum and Abdominal Cavity|George. S. Huntington
Post antennal organs: in Collembola, oblong or ellipsoidal organs situated just caudad of the bases of the antenna.
The section is caudad to one lung and cuts the extreme tip of the other, lu.