Viscus: An internal organ of the body, specifically one within the chest (as the heart or lungs) or abdomen (as the liver, pancreas or intestines).
"Viscus" is the Latin word for "an organ of the body." The plural of "viscus" is "viscera."
viscus ( â€²viskÉ™s ) ( anatomy ) Singular of viscera. ... Pl. viscera [L.] any large interior organ in any of the great body cavities, especially those in the abdomen.
Definition of VISCUS. 1: an internal organ of the body; especially: one (as the heart, liver, or intestine) located in the great cavity of the trunk proper
visÂ·cus (v s k s) n. Singular of viscera. viscus [ËˆvÉªskÉ™s] n (Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Anatomy) the singular of viscera. Thesaurus Legend: Synonyms ...
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viscus /visÂ·cus/ (visÂ´kus) pl. visÂ´cera [L.] any large interior organ in any of the three great body cavities, especially those in the abdomen.