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 (kor) [L.] heart. acute cor pulmonale acute overload of the right ventricle due to pulmonary hypertension, usually due to acute pulmonary embolism.
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cor biloculare cor biÂ·locÂ·uÂ·larÂ·e (bÄ«-lÅk'yÉ™-lÃ¢r'Ä“) n. A congenital heart abnormality in which the interatrial and interventricular septa are absent or ...
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Cor Biloculare, with a Note on the Development of the Pulmonary Veins. J Anat. 1937 Jul; 71(Pt 4):437-46. [J Anat. 1937] Cor biloculare; report of four cases.