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situs

[sahy-tuh s, see-] /ˈsaɪ təs, ˈsi-/
noun, plural situses, situs.
1.
position; situation.
2.
the proper or original position, as of a part or organ.
Origin
1695-1705
1695-1705; < Latin; see site

situ

[see-too] /ˈsi tu/
noun, Latin.
1.
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situs

/ˈsaɪtəs/
noun (pl) -tus
1.
position or location, esp the usual or right position of an organ or part of the body
Word Origin
C18: from Latin: site, situation, position
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Word Origin and History for situs
n.

Latin, "situation, position" (see site). In technical uses in English, "proper or original position and location of something" (cf. in situ).

situ

see in situ.

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situs in Medicine

situs si·tus (sī'təs)
n. pl. situs
Position, especially normal or original position, as of a body organ or part.

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