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HUMAN PHENOTYPE - ANNOTATIONS

The Human Phenotype Ontology (HPO) is downloaded weekly from http://compbio.charite.de/hudson/job/hpo/lastStableBuild/artifact/ontology/release/hp.obo. The file downloaded is considered the "last stable build" available for the ontology. For more about the HPO, view their website at http://www.human-phenotype-ontology.org/.

Term:Diaphyseal sclerosis
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Accession:HP:0003034 term browser browse the term
Definition:An elevation in bone density in one or more diaphyses. Sclerosis is normally detected on a radiograph as an area of increased opacity.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: Craniodiaphyseal osteosclerosis;   Diaphyseal osteosclerosis;   Increased bone density in shaft of long bone
 alt_id: HP:0005611
 xref: MSH:D003966;   SNOMEDCT_US:318761000119105;   SNOMEDCT_US:34643004;   UMLS:C0011989



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  Human phenotype 0
    Phenotypic abnormality 0
      Abnormality of limbs 0
        Abnormality of limb bone 0
          Abnormality of limb bone morphology 0
            Abnormal diaphysis morphology 0
              Diaphyseal sclerosis 0
                Diaphyseal cortical sclerosis 0
                Diaphyseal sclerosis of the upper limbs + 0
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  Human phenotype 0
    Phenotypic abnormality 0
      Abnormality of the musculoskeletal system 0
        Abnormality of the skeletal system 0
          Abnormality of skeletal morphology 0
            Abnormal bone structure 0
              Abnormal bone ossification 0
                Abnormality of bone mineral density 0
                  Increased bone mineral density 0
                    Increased density of long bones 0
                      Diaphyseal sclerosis 0
                        Diaphyseal cortical sclerosis 0
                        Diaphyseal sclerosis of the upper limbs + 0
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