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Term:abnormal uterine spiral artery morphology
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Definition:any structural anomaly of the corkscrew-like arteries in premenstrual or progestational endometrium; uterine spiral arteries play a vital role in supplying nutrients to the placenta and fetus, and are thus remodeled into highly dilated inelastic vessels by the action of invading trophoblast (physiological change)
Synonyms:exact_synonym: abnormal coiled artery of the uterus;   abnormal decidual spiral artery morphology;   abnormal endometrial spiral artery morphology;   abnormal maternal spiral artery morphology


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Symbol Object Name JBrowse Chr Start Stop Reference
G Il15 interleukin 15 JBrowse link 19 23,542,606 23,624,366 RGD:12910490
G Il15em1Soar interleukin 15; ZFN induced mutant 1, Soar RGD:12910490

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  mammalian phenotype 4928
    embryo phenotype 4
      abnormal extraembryonic tissue morphology 4
        abnormal placenta morphology 4
          abnormal maternal decidual layer morphology 3
            abnormal uterine spiral artery morphology 3
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  mammalian phenotype 4928
    reproductive system phenotype 72
      abnormal reproductive system morphology 51
        abnormal female reproductive system morphology 14
          abnormal female genitalia morphology 11
            abnormal internal female genitalia morphology 11
              abnormal uterus morphology 3
                abnormal maternal decidual layer morphology 3
                  abnormal uterine spiral artery morphology 3
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