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het·er·o·top·ic

 (hĕt′ər-ə-tŏp′ĭk)
adj.
1. Occurring in an abnormal anatomic location: heterotopic bone formation.
2. Grafted or transplanted into an abnormal location: heterotopic liver transplantation.

het′er·o·to′pi·a (-tō′pē-ə) n.
Translations

het·er·o·top·ic

a. heterotópico-a, rel. a la heterotopía.
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The surgery -- known as a heterotopic or piggyback heart transplant -- is rare and worldwide only about 150 such procedures have ever been reported," said Dr Gokhale.
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