radiad ra·di·ad (rā’dē-ād’)
In a direction toward the radial side.
[rey-dee-uh l] /ˈreɪ di əl/ adjective 1. arranged like radii or rays. 2. having spokes, bars, lines, etc., arranged like radii, as a machine. 3. made in the direction of a radius; going from the center outward or from the circumference inward along a radius: a radial cut. 4. Zoology. pertaining to structures that radiate […]
- Radial artery
radial artery n. radial artery (rā’dē-əl) A major artery that follows the course of the radius on the ventral aspect of the forearm to the wrist, where it is felt as a pulse, and enters the hand. It supplies blood mostly to the thumb, index finger, and muscles of the forearm.
- Radial collateral artery
radial collateral artery n. An artery that is the anterior terminal branch of the deep brachial artery, anastomosing with the radial recurrent artery.
noun, Aeronautics. 1. an internal-combustion engine having the cylinders arranged in radial opposition, found mainly on older aircraft. noun 1. an internal-combustion engine having a number of cylinders arranged about a central crankcase