I learned something cool on the @curiositydotcom app: People With Situs Inversus Have Flipped Organs

I learned something cool on the @curiositydotcom app: People With Situs Inversus Have Flipped Organs

Reversed organs. This inherited condition is called situs inversus totalis (completely inverted arrangement).

Reversed organs. This inherited condition is called situs inversus totalis (completely inverted arrangement).

Situs Inversus Totalis is a medical condition where the person's Thoracic and upper GI contents are located in the opposite side of the body where normally positioned. This a rare condition that can exist in approximately 1:5,000 -8,000 births.

Situs Inversus Totalis is a medical condition where the person's Thoracic and upper GI contents are located in the opposite side of the body where normally positioned. This a rare condition that can exist in approximately 1:5,000 -8,000 births.

Dextrocardia: heart swapped, Situs Inversus all organs swapped (feel for liver)

Dextrocardia: heart swapped, Situs Inversus all organs swapped (feel for liver)

Situs Inversus is a rare medical condition where the main visceral organs in the abdomen and thorax are reversed, or “mirrored” in position. The heart will typically be transposed to the right hand side, while the stomach and spleen trade places with the liver and gall bladder, while the intestines and other organs are “misplaced”.

Situs Inversus is a rare medical condition where the main visceral organs in the abdomen and thorax are reversed, or “mirrored” in position. The heart will typically be transposed to the right hand side, while the stomach and spleen trade places with the liver and gall bladder, while the intestines and other organs are “misplaced”.

Situs inversus - Wikipedia

Situs inversus - Wikipedia

Dextrocardia situs inversus - a congenital defect in which the heart is in a mirror image position situated on the right side of the body rather than the left. ECG leads must be placed in reversed positions on a person with dextrocardia. In addition, when defibrillating someone with dextrocardia, the pads should be placed in reverse positions (instead of upper right and lower left, pads should be placed upper left and lower right).

Situs Inversus

Dextrocardia situs inversus - a congenital defect in which the heart is in a mirror image position situated on the right side of the body rather than the left. ECG leads must be placed in reversed positions on a person with dextrocardia. In addition, when defibrillating someone with dextrocardia, the pads should be placed in reverse positions (instead of upper right and lower left, pads should be placed upper left and lower right).

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