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    "located at" or "located on" the right side of...?

    How do you say: "located at the right side of the heart" or "located on the right side of the heart"? Or doesn't it matter?

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    Re: "located at" or "located on" the right side of...?

    Quote Originally Posted by pampelmuse View Post
    How do you say: "located at the right side of the heart" or "located on the right side of the heart"? Or doesn't it matter?
    Welcome to the forums.
    "Located to the right of the heart" is better.

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    Re: "located at" or "located on" the right side of...?

    thanks!

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