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ipsilateral

 [ip″sĭ-lat´er-al]
situated on or affecting the same side.

ip·si·lat·er·al

(ip'si-lat'ĕr-ăl),
On the same side, with reference to a given point, for example, a dilated pupil on the same side as an extradural hematoma with contralateral limbs being paretic.
Synonym(s): homolateral
[L. ipse, same, + latus (later-), side]

ipsilateral

/ip·si·lat·er·al/ (ip″sĭ-lat´er-al) situated on or affecting the same side.

ipsilateral

(ĭp′sə-lăt′ər-əl)
adj.
Located on or affecting the same side of the body.

ip′si·lat′er·al·ly adv.

ipsilateral

Etymology: L, ipse, same, latus, side
affecting the same side of the body. Compare contralateral.

ip·si·lat·er·al

(ip'si-lat'ĕr-ăl)
On the same side, with reference to a given point, e.g., a dilated pupil on the same side as an extradural hematoma.
Synonym(s): homolateral.
[L. ipse, same, + latus (later-), side]

ipsilateral

Being located on, affecting or referring to, the same side of the body. HOMOLATERAL. Compare CONTRALATERAL.

ipsilateral

same side as a reference point

ipsilateral

A term relating to the same side. See contralateral; lateral geniculate bodies.

ip·si·lat·er·al

(ip'si-lat'ĕr-ăl)
On the same side, with reference to a given point.
[L. ipse, same, + latus (later-), side]

ipsilateral (ip″sô ilat´ərəl),

adj originating or occurring on the same side of the body.

ipsilateral

on the same side.
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