Definition of situs inversus in English:

situs inversus

Syllabification: si·tus in·ver·sus
Pronunciation: /ˈsītəs inˈvərsəs, ˈsē-
 
/

noun

Medicine
An uncommon condition in which the heart and other organs of the body are transposed through the sagittal plane to lie on the opposite (left or right) side from the usual.

Origin

late 19th century: from Latin situs inversus viscerum 'inverted placing of the internal organs'.

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