Definition of Posteriorly. Meaning of Posteriorly. Synonyms of Posteriorly

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Definition of Posteriorly

Posteriorly
Posteriorly Pos*te"ri*or*ly, adv. Subsequently in time; also, behind in position.

Meaning of Posteriorly from wikipedia

- provides a definition of what is at the front ("anterior"), behind ("posterior") and so on. As part of defining and describing terms, the body is described...
- Posterior may refer to: Posterior (anatomy), the end of an organism opposite to its head Buttocks, as a euphemism Posterior horn (disambiguation) Posterior...
- Posterior tibial artery The posterior compartment of the leg is supplied by the tibial nerve. It contains the plantar flexors: Superficial posterior compartment...
- In Bayesian statistics, the posterior probability of a random event or an uncertain proposition is the conditional probability given the relevant evidence...
- The posterior superior alveolar artery (posterior dental artery) is given off from the maxillary, frequently in conjunction with the infraorbital artery...
- The posterior cord is a part of the brachial plexus. It consists of contributions from all of the roots of the brachial plexus. The posterior cord gives...
- stylohyoid muscle, opposite the apex of the styloid process. It ascends posteriorly beneath the parotid gland, along the styloid process of the temporal...
- Left sacrum posterior (LSP)—the buttocks face posteriorly and towards the left. Right sacrum posterior (RSP)—the buttocks face posteriorly and towards...
- The posterior border of the ala, shorter than the anterior, also presents two projections separated by a notch, the posterior superior iliac spine and...
- Posterior cortical atrophy (PCA), also called Benson's syndrome, is a rare form of dementia which is considered a visual variant or an atypical variant...