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Clinically significant abnormalities of systemic veins are rare in situs solitus or inversus (non isomeric) but exceed 90% in situs ambiguous (isomeric)2,3.
Perotti had associated Quirites with Curis in his commentary where he explains that 'Romulus Quirinus est dictus: quod hastam ferre solitus erat.
hoc ne Hermodorus quidem faciebat, is qui Platonis libros solitus est divulgare, ex quo '[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
An echo Doppler study showed situs solitus, normal pulmonary and systemic venous drainage, and normal cardiac chambers and valves.
She suffered from situs solitus, a severe cyanotic heart defect consisting of pulmonary atresia, overriding aorta, concordant atrioventricular shunts, aortopulmonary collateral circulation, and a large ventricular septal defect (VSD).
En cuanto a situs, los diccionarios especializados no lo lematizan como termino simple, sino que figura siempre acompanado de un complemento especificador: situs inversus, situs solitus, situs transversus.
205 celebravit et Thericles nomine calices ex terebintho solitus facere torno, dove celebravit e congettura di Mayhoff--che nessun altro editore recepisce--in luogo del genuino celebratur da cui dipende l'abl.
An echocardiogram showed situs solitus, left aortic arch and atrioventricular-ventriculoarterial concordance; pulmonic veins drained normally to the left atrium and inferior vena cava to the right atrium.
Patients with Kartagener syndrome may have either situs solitus i.
Both situs inversus and situs solitus are orderly arrangements of the viscerovascular structures of the body that are delineated during embryogenesis.
Nam cum sit solitus sua valente Hera perpetuum melos movere 5 Et mecum cavea libens iocari Ac parvo digitos fricare rostro, Nuper non caput hinc et inde versat, Non aegram dominam canens salutat, Sed maestus cavea silet, quiescit.
Preoperative echocardiographic imaging showed situs solitus, and D-loop ventricles with the pulmonary artery to the right of aorta, i.