having a tail or taillike appendage.
having a tail or a tail-like appendage
- Caudate lobe
caudate lobe cau·date lobe (kô’dāt’) n. A small lobe of the liver situated posteriorly between the sulcus for the vena cava and the fissure for the venous ligament. Also called Spigelius’ lobe. Historical Examples
- Caudate nucleus
caudate nucleus n. An elongated, curved mass of gray matter consisting of three portions: an anterior, thick portion that projects into the anterior horn of the lateral ventricle; a portion extending along the floor of the body of the lateral ventricle; and an elongated, thin portion that curves downward and backward in the temporal lobes […]
- Caudate process
caudate process n. A narrow band of hepatic tissue connecting the caudate and right lobes of the liver behind the portal fissure.
caudatum cau·da·tum (kô-dā’təm) n. pl. cau·da·ta (-tə) See caudate nucleus.