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increased alimentary system tumor incidence (MP:0010292)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
abnormal anal canal morphology +   
abnormal digestive organ placement +   
abnormal digestive system development +   
abnormal enteroendocrine cell morphology +   
abnormal esophagus morphology +   
abnormal exocrine pancreas morphology +   
abnormal interstitial cell of Cajal morphology +   
abnormal intestine morphology +   
abnormal oral mucosa morphology +   
abnormal palate morphology +   
abnormal perineum morphology +   
abnormal salivary gland morphology +   
abnormal stomach morphology +   
abnormal throat morphology +   
abnormal tongue morphology +   
decreased alimentary system tumor incidence +   
gastrointestinal arteriovenous malformation  
gastrointestinal tract polyps +   
gastrointestinal ulcer +   
increased alimentary system tumor incidence +   
greater than the expected number of tumors originating in the alimentary system in a given population in a given time period
increased cardiovascular system tumor incidence +   
increased eye tumor incidence +   
increased gland tumor incidence +   
increased hemolymphoid system tumor incidence +   
increased hepatobiliary system tumor incidence +   
increased integument system tumor incidence +   
increased muscle tumor incidence +   
increased nervous system tumor incidence +   
increased reproductive system tumor incidence +   
increased respiratory system tumor incidence +   
increased reticular tumor incidence +  
increased skeletal tumor incidence +   
increased urinary system tumor incidence +   
lymphomesenteric cysts 

Exact Synonyms: increased alimentary system tumour incidence
Definition Sources: MGI:csmith

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