ectopic

Misplaced, not in the normal location.

Ectopic

In the wrong place

Ectopic

Infection in a location other than normal or expected.

ectopic

[adj] - (anatomy) exhibiting ectopia
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Ectopic

occurring at an abnormal position or time
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Ectopic

Ectopic refers to a pregnancy that occurs outside of the womb, most commonly in the fallopian tubes.
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Ectopic

Out of place. An ectopic heart beat originates in an abnormal location of the heart. Ectopic pregnancy is a foetus developing outside the uterus
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Ectopic

Ectopic: In the wrong place. Out of place. An ectopic kidney, for example, is one that is not in the usual location. The term 'ectopic' comes from the Greek 'ektopis' meaning 'displacement' ('ek', out of + 'topos', place = out of place). The first person to use 'ectopic' in a medical context was the English obstetrician Robert Barnes (1817-1907) wh...
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Ectopic

Ec·top'ic adjective (Medicine) Out of place; congenitally displaced; as, an ectopic organ.
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ectopic

Pertaining to or characterised by ectopia. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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ectopic

adjective exhibiting ectopia
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ectopic

(ek-top´ik) pertaining to or characterized by ectopia. located away from normal position. arising or produced at an abnormal site or in a tissue where it is not normally found.
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Ectopic

• (a.) Out of place; congenitally displaced; as, an ectopic organ.
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ectopic

pertaining to or characterized by ectopia.
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Ectopic

In medicine, the term ectopic describes an abnormal anatomical situation. The most common use in in an eptopic pregnancy, which is frequently where a fertilised ovum settles in the Fallopian tube instead of passing on through and implanting itself in the lining of the uterus. In such cases the pregnancy usually doesn't last more than two or three m...
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ectopic

Type: Term Pronunciation: ek-top′ik Definitions: 1. Out of place; said of an organ not in its proper position, or of a pregnancy occurring elsewhere than in the cavity of the uterus. 2. In cardiography, denoting a heartbeat that has its origin in some abnormal focus; developing from a focus other than the sinuatrial node. Synonyms: heterotopi...
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ectopic

In medicine, term applied to an anatomical feature that is displaced or found in an abnormal position. An ectopic pregnancy is one occurring outside the womb, usually in a Fallopian tube
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ECTOPIC

In or at an abnormal site; not in the normal position
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ectopic

Greek ek = out, and topos = place, hence out of place.
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ectopic

In an abnormal location.
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Ectopic

Lying in the wrong place as a result of an inherited abnormality; can apply to any struture in the body but most commonly seen with testicles and kidneys
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