cor pulmonale

cor pulmonale
noun (plural cordia pulmonalia) Etymology: New Latin, literally, pulmonary heart Date: 1857 disease of the heart characterized by hypertrophy and dilatation of the right ventricle and secondary to disease of the lungs or their blood vessels

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  • cor pulmonale — /kawr pool meuh nal ee, nay lee, nah , pul /, pl. cordia pulmonalia /kawr dee euh pool meuh nal ee euh, nay lee euh, nah , pul /. Pathol. a heart condition resulting from disease of the lungs or of their blood vessels. [1855 60; < NL: pulmonary… …   Universalium

  • 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. * * * cor pul·mo·na·le .kȯr .pu̇l mə näl ē, .pəl , nal n, pl… …   Medical dictionary

  • cor pulmonale — [ˌkɔ: pʌlmə nα:li, eɪli] noun Medicine abnormal enlargement of the right side of the heart as a result of disease of the lungs or the pulmonary blood vessels. Origin C19: from L. cor heart and mod. L. pulmonalis (from L. pulmo(n ) lung ) …   English new terms dictionary

  • cor pulmonale — noun a change in structure and function of the right ventricle of the heart as a result of a respiratory disorder …   Wiktionary

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