ectopagus ec·top·a·gus (ěk-tŏp’ə-gəs)
Conjoined twins in which the bodies are joined laterally.
[ek-toh-par-uh-sahyt] /ˌɛk toʊˈpær əˌsaɪt/ noun 1. an external (opposed to ). /ˌɛktəʊˈpærəˌsaɪt/ noun 1. a parasite, such as the flea, that lives on the outer surface of its host Also called exoparasite ectoparasite ec·to·par·a·site (ěk’tə-pār’ə-sīt’) n. A parasite that lives on the surface or exterior of the host organism, such as an ectophyte or an […]
[ek-toh-pee-uh] /ɛkˈtoʊ pi ə/ noun, Medicine/Medical. 1. the usually congenital displacement of an organ or part. /ɛkˈtəʊpɪə/ noun 1. (med) congenital displacement or abnormal positioning of an organ or part ectopia ec·to·pi·a (ěk-tō’pē-ə) or ec·to·py (ěk’tə-pē) n. An abnormal location or position of an organ or a body part, that occurs congenitally or as the […]
[ek-tuh-fahyt] /ˈɛk təˌfaɪt/ noun 1. a parasitic plant growing on an animal or another plant. /ˈɛktəʊˌfaɪt/ noun 1. a parasitic plant that lives on the surface of its host ectophyte ec·to·phyte (ěk’tə-fīt’) n. A plant parasite of the skin, such as ringworm. ec·to·phyt’ic (-fĭt’ĭk) adj.
- Ectopia cordis
ectopia cordis ectopia cor·dis (kôr’dĭs) n. A congenital condition in which the heart is exposed on the chest wall because of maldevelopment of the sternum and pericardium.