Cor biloculare: A two-chambered heart. Cor biloculare is due to failure of development of the walls that normally separate the two atria (interatrial septum) and the two ventricles (interventricular septum).
“Cor” is the Latin word for the heart.
- Cor pulmonale
Cor pulmonale: Heart disease that results from abnormally high resistance to the passage of blood through the lungs; it often leads to right heart failure. Cor is the Latin word for the heart.
- Coracoacromial Ligament Medical Definition
Coracoacromial ligament: one of the ligaments of the shoulder. Ligaments are bands of tough fibrous connective tissue that connect bones or cartilage. The coracoacromial ligament joins two parts of the shoulder blade (scapula), connecting the acromion to the coracoid process. It forms a part of a protective covering for the upper portion of the bone […]
Cord: 1. In anatomy, a long ropelike structure. 2. Short for the spinal cord or the umbilical cord.
Cordectomy: 1. Surgical removal of a vocal cord. 2. Surgical removal of part of the spinal cord. From cord + -ectomy (removal).
Cornea: The clear front window of the eye, which transmits and focuses light into the eye. The cornea is more than a protective film; it is a fairly complex structure that has five layers.