situs solitus


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situs solitus

[‚sīd·əs ′säl·ə·təs]
(anatomy)
The normal pattern of internal organ placement.
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Situs solitus was defined as liver on the right side and the stomach on the left side, with the right inferior caval vein and the superior caval vein connecting to the systemic right atrium on the right side.
While variations in terminology and classification systems exist, the condition of dextrocardia with situs solitus is commonly referred to as dextroversion (2, 3).
Transthoracic echocardiography showed cardiac situs solitus levocardia with great artery transposition with intact interventricular septum, atrial septal defect (ASD), moderate right atrial dilatation and a persistent left vena cava superior (Fig.