(anatomy) Located towards the oral opening (the mouth).
* 1931 , William Arthur Parks, Collected Papers , Volume 3,
* 2001 , Leonard R. Johnson, Gastrointestinal Physiology ,
- The sutures of four septa are exposed; the most orad of these can be traced with a fair degree of accuracy throughout almost its entire course.
* 2006 , Sara J. Busch, Small Animal Surgical Nursing: Skills and Concepts ,
- The frequency of segmenting contractions is higher in the descending and sigmoid colon than in more orad areas.
- The endoscope is advanced to its most orad (toward the mouth) limit and then slowly withdrawn so that the mucosa can be thoroughly examined.
* (located toward the mouth) aboral
* (sense) caudad, ventral
(anatomy) Towards the oral opening (the mouth).
* 1998 , Tadataka Yamada, et al.'', ''Handbook of Gastroenterology ,
* 1999 , D. Michael Denbow, 12: Gastrointestinal Anatomy and Physiology'', G. Causey Whittow (editor), ''Sturkie's Avian Physiology ,
- The most common symptom of GERD is heartburn, which is described as substernal burning that moves orad from the xiphoid.
* 2012 , Neeraj Sharma, Janice Freeman, 8: Esophageal Manometry'', Joel E. Richter, Donald O. Castell (editors), ''The Esophagus ,
- Beginning 8 to 10 sec prior to egestion, the pellet is moved orad by esophageal antiperistalsis.
- This is due to the UES moving completely off the sensor as it moves orad with the swallow.
* (towards the mouth) aborad