thoracoceloschisis

thoracogastroschisis

 [thor″ah-ko-gas-tros´kĭ-sis]
a developmental anomaly consisting of a fissure of the thorax and abdomen, resulting from faulty closure of the body wall along the midventral line; see also celosomia. Called also thoracoceloschisis.
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tho·ra·co·ce·los·chi·sis

(thō'ră-kō-sē-los'ki-sis),
A congenital fissure of the trunk involving both the thoracic and abdominal cavities.
[thoraco- + G. koilia, belly, + schisis, fissure]
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tho·ra·co·ce·los·chi·sis

(thōr'ă-kō-sē-los'ki-sis)
A congenital fissure of the trunk involving both the thoracic and abdominal cavities.
Synonym(s): thoracogastroschisis.
[thoraco- + G. koilia, belly, + schisis, fissure]
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