topo-, top-, -topia, -topy, -topism, -topic

(Greek: place, a position, region, local, localized)

abdominal gestation (s) (noun), abdominal gestations (pl)
Development of a fetus outside the uterus in the abdominal cavity: An abdominal gestation is a great hazard to the health of the mother because of excessive internal bleeding.
adenectopia (s) (noun) (no pl)
Malposition or displacement of a gland: During the checkup, Jill's child was diagnosed with a condition of adenectopia, or the presence of a gland in a different anatomic place other than where it would normally be found.
1. A reference to populations or species that occupy different macrohabitats.
2. Pertaining to the existence of an element in two or more distinct forms with different physical properties.
3. Altered by digestion so as to be changed in its nutritive value.
4. Indicating someone who is concerned with the welfare and interests of others; such as, a person who is not self-centered.
A reference to a population of species showing broad, variable tolerance of habitual and environmental conditions.
angiectopia, angiectopic
1. An abnormal position or course of a vessel.
2. Displacement or an abnormal location of a blood vessel.
1. The inability to correctly locate a point or place of a touch.
2. The inability to discern the origin of a sensation.
atopognosis (s) (noun), atopognoses (pl)
A condition in which a person is incapable of knowing where he or she is being touched: Dr. Gibson asked Diana to close her eyes and tell him where he touched her, but she couldn't sense that he touched her on the top of her hands, her neck, or on her shoulder; which convinced him that she had a medical condition known as atopognosis.
1. The smallest geographical area providing uniform conditions for life; the physical part of an ecosystem.
2. The smallest geographical unit of the biosphere or of a habitat that can be delimited by convenient boundaries and is characterized by its biota.
3. The location of a parasite within the host’s body.
4. An ecological niche, or restricted area, the environmental conditions of which are suitable for certain fauna and flora. A tree with its associated organisms is a biotope; a forest is a biochore.
A reference to a portion of a habitat characterized by uniformity in climate and distribution of biotic and abiotic components; such as, a tidal pool or a forest canopy.
cacotopia (s) (noun), cacotopias (pl)
1. A bad place.
2. A situation at a certain place in which everything is as bad as it can be.
1. An imaginary place where everything is as bad as it possibly can be, or a vision or description of such a place.
2. A hypothetical place, state, or situation in which conditions and the quality of life are dreadful.
3. The opposite of what one would expect in a utopian society.
4. In medicine, a malposition, or displacement, of a bodily organ.
1. As bad as can be.
2. Characterized by human misery.
3. Some people also use other descriptive terms; such as, cacotopia, kakotopia, or anti-utopia to describe the conditions that exist in a dystopia.
ectopia (s) (noun), ectopias (pl)
1. A change from the usual positioning of an organ or body part.
2. An abnormal position of a part or organ; especially, at the time of birth.
3. A condition in which an organ or part of the body is out of its normal place.

This condition may have been present since birth or it may have been acquired during some other point in life.

For example, ectopic pregnancy, which is a pregnancy that develops outside the uterus. The uterus is a hollow organ in a female's body where the egg is implanted and the baby develops.