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in situ

 [in si´tu] (L.)
in its normal place; confined to the site of origin.

in si·tu

(in sī'tū),
In position, not extending beyond the focus or level of origin.
[L. in, in, + situs, site]

in situ

/in si·tu/ (in si´too) [L.] in its normal place; confined to the site of origin.

in situ

[in sī′to̅o̅, sit′o̅o̅]
Etymology: L, in, within, situs, position
1 in the natural or usual place.
2 describing a cancer that has not metastasized or invaded neighboring tissues, such as carcinoma in situ.

in situ

Latin, located at a native or original site; noninvasive.

Pronunciation
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, inn SIH two
Medspeak-US: pronounced, in SIGH two

in situ

Latin, in the original place

in si·tu

(in sītū)
In position; not extending beyond the focus or level of origin.
[L. in, in, + situs, site]

in situ

In a normal position. The term is used also of cancer that remains at the site of origin and has not yet spread locally or remotely.

in situ

in its original place.

in si·tu

(in sitū)
In position; not extending beyond the focus or level of origin.
[L. in, in, + situs, site]

in situ (in sē´too),

n in the natural or original position. The phrase comes from the Latin for “in position.” In dental and medical work, the phrase often describes work done on a dental or body structure in the patient (e.g., almost all dental fillings are done
in situ).

in situ

[L.] in its normal place; confined to the site of origin.

in situ hybridization
see in situ hybridization of nucleic acid.
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