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Both ventral and dorsal; extending from a ventral to a dorsal surface.

ven′tro·dor′sal·ly adv.
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(ˌvɛn troʊˈdɔr səl)

of or pertaining to the ventral and dorsal aspects of the body.
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a. ventrodorsal, rel. a las superficies ventral y dorsal.
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Lateral (A) and ventrodorsal (B) skull radiographs of the Swainson's toucan described in Figure 1 on the day of initial presentation for chronic mucoid nasal discharge, showing excess keratin buildup proximally, diffuse patchy opacities within the maxillary diverticulum of the infraorbital sinus (arrows), and lucencies within the mandibular diverticulum proximally (arrowheads).
Right lateral and ventrodorsal radiographs revealed presence of multiple circular structures with a cavity, with a radiopaque thick contour (nine millimeters).
The latter description refers to PNI inflicted on ventrodorsal axis, which alleviates assessment of vascular and aerodigestive tract and surgical approach.
In contrast to mammals with a circular thorax (primates), in mammals with a major ventrodorsal axis (quadrupeds) the internal intercostal artery runs obliquely after crossing the first rib and emits a branch that runs ventrally in parallel to the sternal border and that supplements the anterior intercostal arteries.
Their evaluation is based on a ventrodorsal radiograph taken with your dog's rear legs extended.
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To this end, each animal was put under anaesthesia with ketamine (75 mg/kg) and medetomidine (0.5 mg/kg) and injected stereotactically using the following coordinates: bregma anteroposterior -0.9 mm, mediolateral +1.4 mm, and ventrodorsal +3.8 mm.
This was concomitant with Jones and Orosz (2000) who stated that lateral and ventrodorsal views can be taken in a bird suspected of having aspergillosis.
Plain radiography of skull lateral and ventrodorsal view revealed no bony lesions.