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Term:abnormal basicranium morphology
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Accession:MP:0010029 term browser browse the term
Definition:any structural anomaly of the sloping floor of the cranial cavity that is comprised of parts of the ethmoidal, occipital and sphenoid bones
Synonyms:exact_synonym: abnormal base of skull morphology;   abnormal basis cranii morphology;   abnormal cranial base morphology;   basicranium dysplasia;   cranial base dysplasia
 alt_id: MP:0005273


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  mammalian phenotype 4934
    craniofacial phenotype 24
      abnormal craniofacial morphology 24
        abnormal craniofacial bone morphology 16
          abnormal cranium morphology 15
            abnormal basicranium morphology 0
              abnormal basicranium angle + 0
              abnormal basioccipital bone morphology + 0
              abnormal basisphenoid bone morphology + 0
              abnormal cranial fossa morphology + 0
              abnormal temporal bone petrous part morphology + 0
              short basicranium 0
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  mammalian phenotype 4934
    skeleton phenotype 384
      abnormal skeleton morphology 299
        abnormal axial skeleton morphology 20
          abnormal craniofacial bone morphology 16
            abnormal cranium morphology 15
              abnormal basicranium morphology 0
                abnormal basicranium angle + 0
                abnormal basioccipital bone morphology + 0
                abnormal basisphenoid bone morphology + 0
                abnormal cranial fossa morphology + 0
                abnormal temporal bone petrous part morphology + 0
                short basicranium 0
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