Anteriorly it opens widely into the cerebral rudiment, and posteriorly into the ventricle of the mid-brain.
posteriorly it opens into and is continuous with the windpipe.
Their colour anteriorly was whitish, with small distinct purple spots; posteriorly, of a deep red, with similar spots.
Note that posteriorly the abdominal muscles are attached to a bone.
It is laterally bounded by the hind part of the eyes and the temples; and posteriorly, where that part exists, by the occiput.
Anteriorly the belly is a cream-color; posteriorly it is black.
posteriorly M. submaxillaris is folded and attached to M. sternoradialis of the pectoral girdle.
C, Reduction of vasa efferentia to a single one posteriorly (Protopterus).
posteriorly on the maxillary the teeth become progressively shorter and blunter.
Pus may escape at the umbilicus, in the right inguinal region, posteriorly at the sacro-iliac junction, and in other situations.
1530s, "later," from Latin posterior "after, later, behind," comparative of posterus "coming after, subsequent," from post "after" (see post-). Meaning "situated behind" is from 1630s.
"buttocks," euphemistic, 1610s, from posterior (adj.). Earlier it meant "those who come after, posterity" (1530s). Cf. Lithuanian pasturas "the last, the hindmost," from pas "at, by."
posterior pos·te·ri·or (pŏ-stēr'ē-ər, pō-)
Located behind a part or toward the rear of a structure.
Relating to the caudal end of the body in quadrupeds or the dorsal side in humans.
Near the tail or caudal end of certain embryos.