Axial is described as the position as it relates to the central nervous system. . Intra-axial is within the central nervous system and extra-axial is outside the central nervous system

-see also:
"Axial" is in the HS Code "8544"
  Insulated (Including Enamelled Or Anodised) Wire, Cable (Including Co-Axial Cable) And Other Insulat

"Axial" is in the UNSPSC Code "40151546"
  Axial split pumps
Ref: 122105/2006-09-19

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