solitus

solitus
index accustomed (customary), typical

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  • Solitus-Linie — Das Phasendiagramm ist ein Hilfsmittel in der Chemie, Physik und speziell den Materialwissenschaften für die Veranschaulichung von Zuständen und deren zugehörigen Phasen. Alternative Bezeichnungen sind unter anderem Zustandsdiagramm,… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Situs solitus — refers to the normal position of thoracic and abdominal organs. Anatomically, this means that the heart is on the left with the pulmonary atrium on the right and the systemic atrium on the left along with the cardiac apex. Right sided organs are… …   Wikipedia

  • PANIS in aqua coqui solitus — apud Udalricum Consuetud. Cluniac. l. 2. c. 4 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • situs solitus — the normal position of the viscera …   Medical dictionary

  • Situs inversus — Classification and external resources Situs inversus causes the positions of the heart and lungs to be mirrored. ICD 10 Q …   Wikipedia

  • Anarchy Online — Éditeur Funcom Développeur Funcom Date de sortie …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sólito — (Del lat. solitus.) ► adjetivo culto Que es lo acostumbrado o que se suele hacer de ordinario. ANTÓNIMO insólito * * * sólito, a (del lat. «solĭtus») adj. *Acostumbrado o *corriente. ⇒ Insólito. * * * sólito, ta. (Del lat. solĭtus, part …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • insolite — [ ɛ̃sɔlit ] adj. • 1495; lat. insolitus, de solere « avoir coutume de » ♦ Qui étonne, surprend par son caractère inaccoutumé, contraire à l usage, aux habitudes (péj. jusqu au XXe s.; plutôt laudatif, de nos jours).⇒ anormal , bizarre, étonnant,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Situs ambiguus — Situs ambiguous or situs ambiguus (the latter spelling is more correct etymologically, but the former spelling is very common), also known as heterotaxy, is a rare congenital defect in which the major visceral organs are distributed abnormally… …   Wikipedia

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