Definition of Caudations

1. caudation [n] - See also: caudation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caudations

caudal transverse fissure
caudal vertebra
caudal vertebrae
caudalis
caudally
caudatan
caudatans
caudate
caudate branches
caudate lobe
caudate nucleus
caudate process
caudated
caudates
caudation
caudations (current term)
caudatolenticular
caudatum
caudectomies
caudectomy
caudex
caudexes
caudices
caudicle
caudicles
caudiform
caudillismo
caudillismos
caudillo
caudillos

Literary usage of Caudations

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1. The Diagnosis of surgical cancer by John Zachariah Laurence (1858)
"Granular fusiform cells, often with one or more caudations conferring on them a very singular aspect, and in rare instances having traces of what appeared ..."

2. The Half-yearly Abstract of the Medical Sciences: Being a Digest of British edited by William Harcourt Ranking, Charles Bland Radcliffe, William Dommett Stone (1855)
"The 'fleshy nucleus' above described, consisted of— " (6) Granular fusiform cells, often with one or more caudations, conferring on them a very singular ..."

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