ipsilateral

[ip-suh-lat-er-uh l]
Compare contralateral.

Origin of ipsilateral

1905–10; < Latin ipsi- (combining form of ipse oneself, the very one) + lateral
Related formsip·si·lat·er·al·ly, adverb
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British Dictionary definitions for ipsilateral

ipsilateral

adjective
  1. on or affecting the same side of the body

Word Origin for ipsilateral

C20: irregularly formed from Latin ipse self + lateral
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Word Origin and History for ipsilateral
adj.

1907, from Latin ipse "self" + lateral.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper

ipsilateral in Medicine

ipsilateral

[ĭp′sə-lătər-əl]
adj.
  1. Located on or affecting the same side of the body.
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