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three-chambered heart due to absence of the interatrial or the interventricular septum.
cor tri·lo·cu·la·re(kōr trī-lok-yū-lā'rē)
Three-chambered heart due to absence of the interatrial or the interventricular septum.
[L.] cordis. See also heart.
a heart that has undergone fatty degeneration or that has an accumulation of fat around it.
congenital defect with only two chambers in the heart.
a greatly enlarged heart due to a hypertrophied left ventricle, an inappropriate term when said of cattle.
right ventricular heart failure due to pulmonary hypertension secondary to disease of blood vessels of the lung; usually chronic and due to COPD or heartworm disease. Clinical signs are those of right-sided congestive heart failure.
see cor villosum (below).
cor triatriatum dexter
a rare congenital anomaly in which the right atrium is divided into two chambers by a persistence of the right sinus venosus valve resulting in obstruction of venous return.
cor triatriatum sinister
a rare congenital heart defect in which the left atrium is divided into two distinct chambers by a fibromuscular membrane.
a congenital defect of a heart with three chambers, which may be one atrium or one ventricle.
means hairy heart; when the epicardium is covered with shaggy fibrinous tags as a result of chronic pericarditis.