The term caudal refers to the relative locations of structures in the body
     Caudal structures in the brain lie toward the back of the head; ‘posterior’ is a synonym.
     Caudal structures in the spinal cord lie toward the tail (NeuroNames).
     See also ventral, dorsal, rostral, lateral and medial.

Also known as: posteriorNeuroNames ID : 1916

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