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Term:
abnormal Reichert's cartilage morphology (MP:0004915)
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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 fibrocartilage morphology  
abnormal frontonasal prominence morphology +   
abnormal hyaline cartilage 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 +   
abnormal nasal pit morphology +   
abnormal nasal placode morphology +   
abnormal optic pit morphology +   
abnormal otic pit morphology +   
abnormal otic placode morphology 
abnormal palate development +   
abnormal pharyngeal arch morphology +   
abnormal Reichert's cartilage morphology +   
any structural anomaly of the cartilage found in the mesenchyme of the second pharyngeal arch in the embryo from which develop the stapes, styloid process, lesser horn and upper part of the body of the hyoid bone; its proximal end gives rise to the stylohyoid ligament
abnormal tooth development +   
abnormal tracheal cartilage morphology +   
absent cartilage  
craniofacial asymmetry +   
ectopic cartilage  

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: abnormal Reichert cartilage morphology ;   abnormal Reicherts cartilage morphology ;   abnormal hyoid cartilage morphology ;   abnormal second pharyngeal arch cartilage morphology
Definition Sources: MGI:anna

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