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Term:abnormal sputum morphology
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Definition:any anomaly in the gross appearance or other physical characteristics of sputum, that is, the material expectorated (coughed up) from the respiratory system, including its color, consistency, taste, and smell; sputum is composed of mucus but may contain other substances such as pus, blood, microorganisms, and fibrin in disease states

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  mammalian phenotype 4922
    respiratory system phenotype 15
      abnormal respiratory system morphology 15
        abnormal sputum morphology 0
          hemoptysis 0
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