[ mē′zăd′, -săd′ ]
Toward the median plane of the body or of a part.
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Example sentences from the Web for mesad
Mesad of the branchial process of each parapodium of the first four pairs is a cirrus or cirriform process.
First branchia on each side attached to second somite just in front and mesad of the first setigerous tubercle.