diplocardia

dip·lo·car·di·a

(dip'lō-kar'dē-ă),
An anomaly in which the left and right halves of the heart are separated to varying degrees by a central fissure.
[diplo- + G. kardia, heart]

dip·lo·car·di·a

(dip'lō-kahr'dē-ă)
An anomaly in which the two lateral halves of the heart are separated to varying degrees by a central fissure.
[diplo- + G. kardia, heart]

diplocardia

(dĭp″lō-kăr′dē-ă) [″ + kardia, heart]
A condition in which the two lateral halves of the heart are partially separated by a groove.

diplocardia

a condition in which the heart appears to be partly divided by a central fissure.
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