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Term:
neurohypophysis granular cell tumor (DOID:5047)
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Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
adrenal adenoma +   
adrenal gland cancer +   
adrenal rest tumor 
bejel 
benign giant cell tumor +   
bone ameloblastoma 
bone epithelioid hemangioma 
breast granular cell tumor 
cardiac granular cell neoplasm 
chronic granulomatous disease +   
cutaneous liposarcoma 
fibroosseous pseudotumor of digits 
gonadoblastoma +  
granular cell carcinoma 
granular cell leiomyosarcoma 
intestinal neuroendocrine benign tumor +   
labia minora cancer +  
labium majus cancer +  
laryngeal neuroendocrine tumor 
liver benign neoplasm +   
liver cancer +   
Ludwig's angina 
lumbosacral lipoma 
malignant dermis tumor +  
malignant granular cell myoblastoma 
Malignant Granular Cell Tumor +   
mediastinal granular cell myoblastoma 
melanotic neuroectodermal tumor 
neuroendocrine tumor +   
neurohypophysis granular cell tumor 
orbital cellulitis 
ossifying fibroma  
osteoblastoma 
ovarian cancer +   
oxyphilic adenoma +   
pancreatic cancer +   
pancreatic cystadenoma +   
paracoccidioidomycosis +   
Parathyroid Cancer +   
parathyroid gland benign neoplasm +   
Perifolliculitis Capitis Abscedens Et Suffodiens, Familial 
phalanx chondroma 
pheochromocytoma +   
pineal gland cancer +   
pituitary cancer +   
pituitary gland benign neoplasm +   
prepuce cancer 
scleredema adultorum 
sebaceous carcinoma +  
skin carcinoma +   
skin glomus tumor 
skin granular cell tumor 
skin melanoma +   
skin meningioma 
skin sarcoma +   
sweat gland cancer +  
testicular cancer +   
thymus cancer +   
thymus lipoma 
thyroid adenoma +   
thyroid gland cancer +   
Wells Syndrome 

Synonyms
Primary IDs: RDO:9004422
Xrefs: NCI:C7017

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