Medical Definition of Facies pulmonalis cordis

1. The lateral surface of the heart, directed toward the lungs; on the left it is principally the left ventricular wall; on the right it is the right atrial wall and the upper part of the right ventricular wall. Synonym: facies pulmonalis cordis. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Facies Pulmonalis Cordis

facies posterior corporis humeri
facies posterior cruris
facies posterior fibulae
facies posterior glandulae suprarenalis
facies posterior iridis
facies posterior lentis
facies posterior membri inferioris
facies posterior palpebrarum
facies posterior pancreatis
facies posterior partis petrosae ossis temporalis
facies posterior prostatae
facies posterior radii
facies posterior renis
facies posterior tibiae
facies posterior ulnae
facies pulmonalis cordis (current term)
facies renalis glandulae suprarenalis
facies renalis lienis
facies renalis splenis
facies sacropelvina ossis ilii
facies scaphoidea
facies sternocostalis cordis
facies superior hemispherii cerebelli
facies superior tali
facies superolateralis cerebri
facies symphysialis
facies temporalis
facies vesicalis uteri

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