Medical Definition of Locus minoris resistentiae

1. A place of less resistance, in latin. For example, a damaged heart valve may act as a locus minoris resistentiae where bacteria released into the blood stream (bacteraemia) tend to settle. (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Locus Minoris Resistentiae

loculicidal
loculous
loculus
locum
locum tenant
locum tenens
locum tenentes
locums
locus
locus ceruleus
locus cinereus
locus coeruleus
locus control region
locus ferrugineus
locus minoris resistentiae (current term)
locus niger
locus of control
locus of infection
locus perforatus anticus
locus perforatus posticus
locust
locust bean
locust bean gum
locust beans
locust borer
locust borers
locust gum
locust pod

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