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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Para cada valor elegido en la valvula de seguridad se realiza el mismo procedimiento, que consiste en limitar el paso de caudal a 1y3 l/min , empleando la valvula reguladora de caudal compensada por presion y temperatura, instalada antes de la valvula de alivio proporcional, manteniendo asi la presion constante entre la valvula de seguridad y la reguladora de caudal (Fig.
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).
Conclusion: Using the three methods, analgesia lasted until 12 hours postoperatively, being more evident in the caudal block group, minimising postoperative stress in children and parents.
Our results are comparable to the study of Manchikanti et al21 who included 62 patients, and compared caudal epidural steroid injections with Sarapin and have demonstrated significant relief in 71% and 65% of the patients at 1 month, 67% and 65% at 3 months, and 47% and 41% at 6 months, in group I and group-II, respectively.
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).
Results: More pain and discomfort was detected during periprostatic nerve block than during caudal block.
Foramen infraorbitario a la punta del craneo (FIPC): Distancia comprendida desde el borde caudal del foramen infraorbitario a la punta del craneo (Fig.
Description: Middle or posterior caudal vertebra lacking the neural arch (Fig.
Caudal branch forming subclavian ansa gave nerve branches to vagus nerve.
It works by reducing cranial drawer with a thick suture that attaches at the upper caudal aspect of the stifle near the femur.
47% variability is characterized by the shifts on the snout and the caudal portion.
Opioid analgesia is of limited use because of the high risk of respiratory depression and other adverse effects; epidural or caudal infusion of the local anaesthetic is associated with a risk of toxicity because of long-term requirement, and caudal catheter use increases the possibility of neuroaxial infection due to the proximity of the insertion site to the anus.
We conducted a retrospective study to compare open and endonasal (closed) approaches to extracorporeal reconstruction of severe caudal septal deviations.