Mondo Description A rare, genetic disorder in which symptoms are generally secondary to the abnormal location of the organs within the thoracic, abdominal, or peritoneal cavities. Anatomic and functional problems can include cardiac defects, intestinal malrotation leading to volvulus, biliary atresia, and various defects of the central nervous system, urinary tract, and skeleton.
Disease Ontology Description A physical disorder characterized by the abnormal distribution of the major visceral organs within the chest and abdomen.
Mondo Term and Equivalent IDs
MONDO:0018677: visceral heterotaxy