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Term:abnormal hyoid bone morphology
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Accession:MP:0003056 term browser browse the term
Definition:any structural anomaly of the U-shaped bone lying between the mandible and the larynx that supports the tongue muscles
Synonyms:exact_synonym: abnormal lingual bone;   abnormal tongue bone morphology


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  mammalian phenotype 4928
    craniofacial phenotype 24
      abnormal craniofacial morphology 24
        abnormal craniofacial bone morphology 16
          abnormal cranium morphology 15
            abnormal viscerocranium morphology 15
              abnormal hyoid bone morphology 0
                abnormal hyoid bone body morphology + 0
                abnormal hyoid bone greater horn morphology + 0
                abnormal hyoid bone lesser horn morphology + 0
                absent hyoid bone 0
                decreased hyoid bone size + 0
                increased hyoid bone size 0
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  mammalian phenotype 4928
    skeleton phenotype 386
      abnormal skeleton morphology 302
        abnormal axial skeleton morphology 20
          abnormal craniofacial bone morphology 16
            abnormal cranium morphology 15
              abnormal viscerocranium morphology 15
                abnormal hyoid bone morphology 0
                  abnormal hyoid bone body morphology + 0
                  abnormal hyoid bone greater horn morphology + 0
                  abnormal hyoid bone lesser horn morphology + 0
                  absent hyoid bone 0
                  decreased hyoid bone size + 0
                  increased hyoid bone size 0
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