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Term:abnormal mandibular condyloid process morphology
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Accession:MP:0004595 term browser browse the term
Definition:any structural anomaly of the round bump of bone and constricted neck portion that arises from the upper surface of the mandibular ramus (perpendicular portion) and articulates with the articular disk of the temporomandibular joint
Synonyms:exact_synonym: abnormal condyloid process of the mandible morphology


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  mammalian phenotype 5083
    craniofacial phenotype 23
      abnormal craniofacial morphology 23
        abnormal craniofacial bone morphology 16
          abnormal cranium morphology 15
            abnormal viscerocranium morphology 15
              abnormal jaw morphology 15
                abnormal mandible morphology 0
                  abnormal mandibular ramus morphology 0
                    abnormal mandibular condyloid process morphology 0
                      absent mandibular condyloid process 0
                      small mandibular condyloid process + 0
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  mammalian phenotype 5083
    skeleton phenotype 388
      abnormal skeleton morphology 298
        abnormal axial skeleton morphology 21
          abnormal craniofacial bone morphology 16
            abnormal cranium morphology 15
              abnormal viscerocranium morphology 15
                abnormal jaw morphology 15
                  abnormal mandible morphology 0
                    abnormal mandibular ramus morphology 0
                      abnormal mandibular condyloid process morphology 0
                        absent mandibular condyloid process 0
                        small mandibular condyloid process + 0
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