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Term:abnormal penis morphology
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Accession:MP:0005187 term browser browse the term
Definition:any structural anomaly of the organ of copulation and urination in the male
Synonyms:exact_synonym: penis dysplasia
 broad_synonym: abnormality of the penis


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Edaradd EDAR-associated death domain JBrowse link 17 90,802,280 90,843,476 RGD:14398762
G EdaraddswhKyo EDAR-associated death domain;swh Kyo mutant RGD:14398762

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  mammalian phenotype 4920
    renal/urinary system phenotype 549
      abnormal renal/urinary system morphology 208
        abnormal penis morphology 3
          abnormal foreskin morphology + 0
          abnormal glans penis morphology + 3
          absent penis 0
          epispadia 0
          large penis 0
          paraphimosis 0
          penis prolapse 0
          phimosis 0
          small penis 0
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  mammalian phenotype 4920
    reproductive system phenotype 72
      abnormal reproductive system morphology 52
        abnormal male reproductive system morphology 33
          abnormal male genitalia morphology 33
            abnormal external male genitalia morphology 5
              abnormal penis morphology 3
                abnormal foreskin morphology + 0
                abnormal glans penis morphology + 3
                absent penis 0
                epispadia 0
                large penis 0
                paraphimosis 0
                penis prolapse 0
                phimosis 0
                small penis 0
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