orthotopic


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.

orthotopic

 [or″tho-top´ik]
1. occurring at the normal place in the body.
2. pertaining to a tissue transplant grafted into its normal place in the body.

or·tho·top·ic

(ōr'thō-top'ik),
In the normal or usual position.
[ortho- + G. topos, place]

orthotopic

/or·tho·top·ic/ (or″tho-top´ik) occurring at the normal place.

or·tho·top·ic

(ōr'thō-tō'pik)
In the normal or usual position.
[ortho- + G. topos, place]

orthotopic

occurring at the normal place.
References in periodicals archive ?
Vascular complications of orthotopic liver transplantation: Experience in more than 4,200 patients.
infection and fungemia after orthotopic liver transplantation.
Consider a square lamina in width = 1 m and thickness [less than or equal to]t = 1 mm an orthotopic material that is under traction [sigma]= 10 MPa, as shown in Fig.
Orthotopic kidney transplantation: An alternative surgical technique in selected patients.
1 Since only 1-2% of total hepatocyte number is required to conjugate bilirubin and because OLT carries significant morbidity and mortality, auxiliary partial orthotopic liver transplant (APOLT) was proposed as an alternative treatment for CNS type 1.
Formalin fixed and paraffin embedded orthotopic pancreatic tumor tissue samples were used for the immunohistochemistry test.
Caption: Figure 2: Axial sequential images: (a, b) the accessory lingular vein (red) presents orthotopic drainage to the left atrium.
Intracardiac thrombus (ICT) formation during orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) is associated with a mortality rate as high as 68% [2].
Recurrence in the neobladder should be considered in patients with haematuria who underwent radical cystectomy and orthotopic ileal neobladder.
The original formulas for the load and defection of metallic disk springs [15] need to be modified to capture the behavior of a specially orthotopic such as the woven carbon fiber fabric used.
In the article titled "A Versatile Orthotopic Nude Mouse Model for Study of Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma" [1], the authors' affiliations were incorrectly listed.
Type I and II, have obliterated ventral preaortic limb with dorsal limb continuing as RLRV either in orthotopic position in Type I variant, whereas, it joins inferiorly with IVC in Type II variant.