Definition of Ipsilateral

1. Adjective. On or relating to the same side (of the body).

Antonyms: Contralateral



Definition of Ipsilateral

1. Adjective. (anatomy medicine) on the same side of the body. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Ipsilateral

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Ipsilateral

1. Refers to the remaining breast when a unilateral mastectomy has removed one breast. (16 Dec 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ipsilateral

ipronidazole
iproveratril
ipsapirone
ipsative
ipsatization
ipsatize
ipsatized
ipsatizes
ipsatizing
ipse dixit
ipsedixitism
ipseity
ipselateral
ipsi-
ipsilateral (current term)
ipsilateral reflex
ipsilaterally
ipsissimosity
ipso facto
ipus
iquiqueite
ir-
ira
irable
iracund
irade
irades
iranian
iranite

Literary usage of Ipsilateral

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Neurological Bulletin by Frederick Tilney, Columbia University Dept. of Neurology, Columbia University, Dept. of Neurology (1921)
"According to Weed removal of the lateral lobe of the cerebellum diminishes the decerebrate rigidity in the ipsilateral limbs : removal of one half the ..."

2. Gait Analysis in the Science of Rehabilitation edited by Joel A. DeLisa (2000)
"There is an apparent elevation of the shoulder on the opposite (swing side) and an exaggerated flexion of the hip, knee and ankle on the ipsilateral side. ..."

3. Plethysmography: Safety, Effectiveness, & Clinical Utility in Diagnosing by Thomas V. Holohan (1996)
"However, if an ocular delay is detected on one side, it reflects flow reduction in the ipsilateral 1C A, whereas a delay in one of the ear tracings ..."

4. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"ECoG (middle trace) was recorded from an ipsilateral pair of silver-silver chloride cortical electrodes, and direct current (lower trace) was recorded ..."

5. Quality Determinants Of Mammography: Clinical Practice Guideline by Lawrence W. Bassett, R. Edward Hendrick (2004)
"ipsilateral arm is resting on top Bucky, with elbow flexed to relax pectoralis muscle. Breast tissue/pectoralis muscle are pulled anterior and medially. ..."

6. Neurological Bulletin by Frederick Tilney, Columbia University Dept. of Neurology, Columbia University, Dept. of Neurology (1921)
"According to Weed removal of the lateral lobe of the cerebellum diminishes the decerebrate rigidity in the ipsilateral limbs : removal of one half the ..."

7. Gait Analysis in the Science of Rehabilitation edited by Joel A. DeLisa (2000)
"There is an apparent elevation of the shoulder on the opposite (swing side) and an exaggerated flexion of the hip, knee and ankle on the ipsilateral side. ..."

8. Plethysmography: Safety, Effectiveness, & Clinical Utility in Diagnosing by Thomas V. Holohan (1996)
"However, if an ocular delay is detected on one side, it reflects flow reduction in the ipsilateral 1C A, whereas a delay in one of the ear tracings ..."

9. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1883)
"ECoG (middle trace) was recorded from an ipsilateral pair of silver-silver chloride cortical electrodes, and direct current (lower trace) was recorded ..."

10. Quality Determinants Of Mammography: Clinical Practice Guideline by Lawrence W. Bassett, R. Edward Hendrick (2004)
"ipsilateral arm is resting on top Bucky, with elbow flexed to relax pectoralis muscle. Breast tissue/pectoralis muscle are pulled anterior and medially. ..."

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