caudal


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Synonyms for caudal

constituting or relating to a tail

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resembling a tail

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situated in or directed toward the part of the body from which the tail arises

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toward the posterior end of the body

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Type 1, in which not only the caudal tail bud is affected, but also part of the true notochord fails to develop (interference with both primary and secondary neurulation).
In this study our aim is to compare post-operative analgesia, sedation status and complication between caudal block and DPNB with bupivacaine and tramadol in elective circumcision cases.
The caudal complex in crimson snapper consisted of the epurals, hypurals, preural arches, modified spines, urostyle, preural centra and caudal fin rays.
Ropivacaine, an amide local anesthetic, structurally related to bupivacaine, is usually preferred over bupivacaine, as it provides adequate postoperative analgesia along with lesser motor blockade which is desirable in pediatric patients and proved to be more suitable for caudal epidural analgesia, especially during day care surgeries.
Lateral decubitus position was made in patients, and caudal block was given after confirming the space with the "Whoosh" test.
Diagnosis by ultrasonography of congestion of the caudal vena cava secondary to thrombosis in 12 cows.
In addition, this caudal stripe character is also commonly qualitatively described in morphological analyses and taxonomic descriptions (Hubbs, 1935).
The patients in Group C received caudal block with bupivacaine 0.25% in a total volume of 0.50 ml/kg in lateral position.
A 21-gauge x 11/2" needle in non-obese patients and a 23-gauge x 89 mm Quinke spinal needle (due to its low cost as compared toughy's needle) for obese patients was used for localization of caudal epidural space.
The caudal epidural block involves placing a needle through the sacral hiatus to deliver medications into the epidural space.
Objective: To compare caudal block with intrarectal local anesthesia plus periprostatic nerve block for transrectal ultrasound guided prostate biopsy.
spdl, anterior spinodiapophyseal lamina, at, anterior trochanter; bi, bifurcation; cprf, centroprezygapophyseal fossa; cr, caudal rib; cprl, centroprezygapophyseal lamina; dpc, deltopectoral crest; lb, lateral bulge; lt, lateral trochanter; ltf, lateral trochanter fossa; pa, parapophyses; part, posterior articulation; pca, posterior chevron articulation; pfr, pneumatic foramen; pfs, pneumatic fossa; pcdl, posterior centrodiapophyseal lamina; podl, postzygodiapophyseal lamina; post.