cor triatriatum cor tri·a·tri·a·tum (trī-ā’trē-ā’təm)
A congenital heart abnormality in which the heart has three atrial chambers, the left atrium being subdivided by a transverse septum with a single small opening that separates the openings of the pulmonary veins from the mitral valve.
- Cor triloculare
cor triloculare cor tri·loc·u·lar·e (trī-lŏk’yə-lâr’ē) n. A congenital heart abnormality in which the heart has three chambers due to the absence of the interatrial or interventricular septum.
[kaw-roon-bah] /ˌkɔ rũˈbɑ/ noun 1. a city in W Brazil.
noun See co-rumination
noun the frequent and obsessive discussion of a problem or negative opinions; also written corumination Examples With two teenagers, we fall into co-rumination on a daily basis. Word Origin c 2002