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distad

[dis-tad] /ˈdɪs tæd/
adverb
1.
toward or at the distal end or part.
Origin
1795-1805
1795-1805; dist(ant) + -ad3
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distad in Medicine

distad dis·tad (dĭs'tād')
adv.
Toward the periphery; in a distal direction.

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