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Term:
abnormal nasal capsule morphology (MP:0004726)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abnormal cartilage development +   
abnormal chondrocyte morphology +   
abnormal costal cartilage morphology  
abnormal cranial cartilage morphology +   
abnormal elastic cartilage morphology +   
abnormal external nares morphology +   
abnormal fibrocartilage morphology  
abnormal frontonasal prominence morphology +   
abnormal hyaline cartilage morphology +   
abnormal internal nares morphology +   
abnormal intervertebral disk morphology +   
abnormal lateral nasal prominence morphology  
abnormal long bone epiphyseal plate morphology +   
abnormal mandibular prominence morphology +   
abnormal maxillary prominence morphology +   
abnormal Meckel's cartilage morphology +   
abnormal medial nasal prominence morphology  
abnormal nasal capsule morphology +   
any structural anomaly in the cartilage around the developing nasal cavity of the embryo
abnormal nasal cavity morphology +   
abnormal nasal columella morphology 
abnormal nasal mucosa morphology +   
abnormal nasal pit morphology +   
abnormal nasal placode morphology +   
abnormal nasal septum morphology +   
abnormal nasal tip morphology +   
abnormal olfactory epithelium morphology +   
abnormal optic pit morphology +   
abnormal otic pit morphology +   
abnormal otic placode morphology 
abnormal palate development +   
abnormal pharyngeal arch morphology +   
abnormal piriform aperture morphology +   
abnormal Reichert's cartilage morphology +   
abnormal tooth development +   
abnormal tracheal cartilage morphology +   
abnormal turbinate morphology +   
absent cartilage  
bifid nose  
craniofacial asymmetry +   
ectopic cartilage  
epistaxis  

Synonyms
Definition Sources: MGI:anna

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