Medical Definition of Basis cordis

1. That part of the heart that lies opposite the apex, formed mainly by the left atrium but to a small extent by the posterior part of the right atrium; it is directed backward and to the right and is separated from the vertebral column by the oesophagus and aorta. Synonym: basis cordis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Basis Cordis

basionyms
basipetal
basipetally
basiphobia
basipodite
basipodites
basipterygia
basipterygial
basipterygium
basipterygoid
basis
basis cartilaginis arytenoideae
basis cerebri
basis cochleae
basis cordis (current term)
basis cranii
basis cranii externa
basis cranii interna
basis mandibulae
basis modioli
basis ossis metacarpalis
basis ossis metatarsalis
basis ossis sacri
basis patellae
basis pedunculi
basis phalangis
basis point
basis points
basis prostatae

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