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- (medicine) A congenital abnormality in which the heart is transposed to the right side of the chest
- 1917, James B. Holmes, “Recent Work in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology of Childhood”, in American Journal of Diseases of Children, volume 13, page 193:
- The term "pure dextrocardia" is used here to signify those cases of dextrocardia in which the liver and spleen are normally placed.
dextrocardia f (plural dextrocardias)